Review by Mike Broster
Barefoot Angels are a group of three women, each with their own distinctive voice, which blend together to give wonderful harmonies.
They performed a wide range of songs, from modern ballad to Irish singalong folk, during which the audience joined in with gusto.
They are all very versatile musicians.
Jacqui excelling on keyboard, whistle and accordion; Jo was superb on 12-string guitar and percussion, whilst Debbie played the clarinet and guitar, as well having the most angelic and emotive of the three voices.
When Debbie stood to sing a solo, sorry, it was hard not to let the tears flow.
There had been many requests for them to return after their last visit last April, and now I know why.