Creole stew of music

The Creole Brothers. EMN-140511-083553001
The Creole Brothers. EMN-140511-083553001

Pumping rhythms of the hot and steamy swamps and 
bayous of Cajun and Creole Louisiana comes to Nettleton this month.

The Creole Brothers will be in concert at the village hall this Friday, November 14 at 7.30pm.

And they bring a spiced up creole stew of the best folk/roots melodeon led music from the seas and woodlands of the British Isles, flavoured with the fiddle and guitar driven melodies of the rivers and mountains of Appalachia all the way down to the accordion

Charlie Skelton is one of the hottest roots fiddle players around, while Phil Underwood has collected three international awards for his accordion playing.

To complete the trio, Pete Dunhill’s driving rhythm guitar and keen vocals compliment the line-up.

And they deliver it all with a wry and humorous take on life, love and music.

Advance tickets for the Nettleton show cost £8, children free, from 01673 828478 or at The Painted Tree in Nettleton’s Church Street.

Tickets on the door will be £9 each.