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Saturday 11th April 2015 @ 7.30pm Red Moon Road (www.redmoonroad.com) Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, GRAYSHOTT, Nr Hindhead, Surrey GU26 2TZ Following on the heels of our first Canadian guests (Fish & Bird, January 15th 2015), we have another talented Canadian band to entertain you. This time it is Red Moon Road, who originate from Winnipeg, Manitoba. They are Canada's most energetic and endearing folk trio and are made up of: Sheena Rattai on lead vocals and the two Daniels; Jordan and Peloquin-Hopfner, who between them play Mandolin, Banjo, Guitar, Delay pedals and a beat up bass drum. Their music is uplifting and energetic and is a lush, lively take on modern roots. They also go in for masterful story telling and haunting three part harmonies. This is music made equally for fireplaces, festival stages and the luminous blue of a clear Canadian night. Red Moon Road are three musicians who have come together from very different directions: Peloquin-Hopfner got his start as a progressive metal guy. Jordan trained as a big-band jazz drummer and Rattai, who fronted a funk band before this, grew up singing in church choirs, where she learned the mysteries of singing for the sacred and sublime. So it isn't so surprising then, that in the middle of their acoustic set, the trio busts out a delay pedal, or a loop track to lock the rhythm down: after all, they have all this stuff just lying around, so they may as well use it. Support: Elliott Morris (www.elliottmorris.co.uk)-Elliott has recently toured the UK as support to Paul Carrack. He is a brilliant young guitarist and a great singer. Don’t miss him! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrIeyAOG5CM Adult Tickets: £12/Children Under 16 £6 Call Des O’Byrne on 01428 607096
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