Unique interpretations of evocative songs from Dylan to Dowland will provide a spell-binding evening of music in Ludford Village Hall.
Burden of Paradise is on the road again for more intimate rural shows and they stop off in Ludford on January 31.
Breathtaking skill, warm co-operation and witty anarchic banter are on offer as Helen Watson, Snake Davis, Dave Bowie and Mark Creswell invite their audience into a world of tenderness, virtuosity and human frailty.
No drums; just voice, saxophone and a pulsing engine room of double bass and guitar.
Snake played the sax solo on Take That’s ‘Million Love Songs’, Lisa Stansfield’s hits, M-People’s hits and was part of the most recent Eurythmics’ world tour.
Burden of Paradise was formed four years ago with three of his very favourite musician friends.
Their secret is a stylish blend of precisely 47 percent blues, 35 percent folk and 18 percent jazz.
The show starts at 7.30pm and tickets are available now.
Call 01507 313335 for details.