The Young’uns to play in Clevedon tonight

PUBLISHED: 08:00 02 July 2015

The Young'uns

The Young'uns


An awarding winning folk band will be performing at a Clevedon venue tonight (Thursday July 2).

The Young’uns have blended folk harmonies, ‘rampant humour’ and story-telling into an acclaimed live show, winning best group at the BBC Radio 2 folk awards.

From their humble Stockton beginnings, Sean Cooney, David Eagle and Michael Hughes have played with Billy Bragg at Glastonbury and opened Cambridge Folk Festival’s main stage, playing 40 other festivals since 2013.

According to The Guardian, ‘the Young’uns’ harmonies are glorious and their wit waspish’.

They will appear at Clevedon’s Princes Hall tonight as part of their current UK tour.

Tickets will be available on the door and will cost £14.50.

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