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One of Scotland’s best-loved folk bands will be venturing south of the border next week for an appearance at the Baldock & Letchworth Blues, Folk & Roots Club.
North Sea Gas, above, will be on stage at Baldock’s Orange Tree pub next Wednesday, March 2.
They’ve built up their fanbase thanks to great vocals and tremendous three-part harmonies.
Guitars, mandolin, fiddle, bouzouki, harmonica, whistles, bodhrán, banjo and good humour are all part of the entertainment.
The band regularly sells out shows on the Edinburgh Festival fringe and are no strangers to world tours, releasing no fewer than 19 albums along the way.
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Tickets are available on the door only, costing £10 with £9 concessions, and if you’re under 16 you’ll get in free.
You can find out more about the band online at www.northseagas.co.uk.
And you can check out what else is on the calendar for the regular Wednesday night sessions at The Orange Tree by visiting the website at www.madnanny.co.uk.
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