Two bands lined up for Friday at The Beehive.

PUBLISHED: 17:00 21 March 2018

Echo Town brothers Ric and Rob Harrison. Picture: Steve Lewington

Echo Town brothers Ric and Rob Harrison. Picture: Steve Lewington

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Echo Town and True Strays will be performing in Honiton.

Echo Town brothers Ric and Rob Harrison. Picture: Steve LewingtonEcho Town brothers Ric and Rob Harrison. Picture: Steve Lewington

Folk, rock, reggae and roots band, Echo Town will be performing in Honiton at the end of the week.

The group consists of Cornwall-based sibling duo, Ric and Rob Harrison.

They are well known for their great rapport and extraordinarily energetic performances.

Instantly recognisable for their multi-instrumental performances and eclectic sound, they mix the culture of the surf-soaked South West with contemporary freedom songs.

Originally playing music of the heavy rock genre, the Leeds-born duo moved on to develop a more harmonious and spiritual approach to music as they matured creatively.

A live performance sees the brothers adeptly using guitar, lap-slide, stomp box, harmonica, didgeridoo and percussion with soulful singing and harmonies.

Their special guests are Bristol band, True Strays - rhythm and blues fuelled, good time vintage roots, rock and roll.

The two bands will be performing at The Beehive, Honiton on Friday, March 23, at 8pm.

For ticket details, call 01404 384050.


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