Folk singer Damien Barber at Wymondham Music Festival

Wymondham Music Festival welcomes two of the country's finest exponents of traditional song this Friday (8pm).

Wymondham Music Festival welcomes two of the country's finest exponents of traditional song this Friday (8pm).

Norfolk's Damien Barber was influenced by the county's greats such as Peter Bellamy and Walter Pardon. He leads the group the Demon Barbers, regarded as one of the most exciting on the folk circuit, as evidenced by their success in winning best live act at this year's BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards.

Mike Wilson has the rich tradition of the North East as his background.

In their concert at the town's Central Hall, they'll draw on works by the likes of Bellamy, Ewan McColl and Mike Waterson.


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Their new CD is Under the Influence.

t �7 (under-18s �4) Book Fountain, www.wymfestival.org.uk

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