Broomdasher’s six unaccompanied voices sing traditional English folk songs of love and loss, work and play, revenge and murder.
Their passion for sharing the enjoyment of singing produced astonishing responses on their debut last year. They were immediately re-booked everywhere they performed and some of the country’s most respected folk artistes have guided their progress and gifted them songs to perform in their own style.
They may be a new name but between them they have an impressive pedigree before forming Broomdasher and recording their first CD Nothing To Do With Me.
The CD includes songs gifted to them by John Tams and Coope Boyes and Simpson and was produced by CBS and Kate Rusby producer Andy Seward
Tuesday 12th February · 8:00PM · The Royal British Legion, Westcliff-on-Sea · £2