A Hawk and a Hacksaw in Norwich tonight
Colin WilsonThe celebratory sound of A Hawk and a Hacksaw, who have attracted a range of new fans worldwide, returns to Norwich Arts Centre tonight (8pm).Colin Wilson
The celebratory sound of A Hawk and a Hacksaw, who have attracted a range of new fans worldwide, returns to Norwich Arts Centre tonight (8pm).
The journey of Jeremy Barnes (vocals, accordion, drums) and partner Heather Trost (violin) embraces the sounds of myriad places and people.
From the midlands of England, to France, the Czech Republic, Romania and Hungary, via the pair's hometown of Albuquerque, New Mexico, this evolving musical story continues to enthral.
Expect a mix of Eastern European folk, gipsy song, klezmer, Mexican fanfare and classic songwriting.
Support comes from Zun Zun Egui who will be playing songs from their debut album Bal La Poussiere.
Based in Bristol's Montpelier district you can feel that city's bass-heavy culture has seeped into their collective musical organs although their roots are spread literally around the globe, with band members hailing from Mauritius and Japan.
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- 2 Weather warning as thunderstorms set to hit Norfolk
- 3 Police called to 'altercation' between pupils at Norfolk school
- 4 'It's just not viable anymore' - Pub near Great Yarmouth closes
- 5 Norfolk holiday cottage business sold to a leading lettings agency
- 6 'We will always miss you' - tributes to QEH pharmacist who died in A47 crash
- 7 'Blood rain' could fall this week as thunderstorms move in
- 8 Tractor stopped on A11 found to have faulty brakes
- 9 Long delays after person cut out of car on A1065
- 10 Lloyds to close bank in Norwich suburb
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