A tremendous triple bill of international musicians kicks off the autumn season at Kirton Town Hall Live next month.
Headlining at the gig on Sunday September 7 is Texan singer/songwriter Andrew Combs.
Part of a renaissance of country/folk performers inspired by the great tradition of artists like Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark and Mickey Newbury, Andrew is over in the UK for a short tour.
Support acts are fellow Texan Matt McCloskey and Canadian Amanda Rheaume, a powerful vocalist with just a touch of grit and an instantly-accessible roots-pop-Americana sound.
Her songwriting style provides the perfect vehicle to get her narratives across and her latest album ‘Keep a Fire’ is a varied and evocative collection of mostly story-songs about her Metis ancestors.
Tickets for the concert cost £11 in advance or £12.50 on the door.
Call in at the One Stop or Premier shops in shops in Kirton Lindsey, call Brian on: 01652 649230 or visit www.wegottickets.com