Acoustic trio Raintown Seers is headlining a charity folk night at Spring Bank Arts in New Mills in aid of High Peak Youth Service.
The event will take place at the Spring Bank venue on Saturday January 25, at 8pm.
Formed in mid-2012, Raintown Seers is a trio of musicians from the North West of England who together produce a unique blend of acoustic music with roots in the folk traditions of both sides of the Atlantic.
The band recently headlined an evening of live music at The Oakwood in Glossop.
Each with their own rich and lengthy musical experience, the three members bring diverse influences and instrumental skills, and the carefully chosen material combines traditional, contemporary cover versions and outstanding original songs.
The charity evening will raise money for High Peak Youth Service, in association with the social enterprise 4allofus.
Supporting Raintown Seers on the night will be folk roots acoustic duo The Huers and singer-songwriting pairing Sheedyfrost.
Tickets, priced £8 or £6 for the over-60s, will be available on the door or in advance from Spring Bank Arts Centre, Spring Bank, New Mills, or High Street Books, 6 High Street, New Mills.
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