The Folk at Old White Horse

10:02 09 February 2012

The Folk get huggy

The Folk get huggy

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Inspired by the likes of Mumford And Sons and Florence And The Machine, a four-piece all-girl band will be at The Old White Horse tonight (Thursday).

The Folk, made up of Freman College A-level pupils, Lucy Holmes, Lauren Davies, Rose Goodship and Sam Saward will bring their new-folk original songs to the Baldock venue.

The girls promise a night of ukes, fiddle, mandolin and drums with an “uplifting quirky vibe”.

Entry is free.

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