Two acclaimed folk musicians combine in a live show at the Ramsgate Music Hall on May 10.
Luke Daniels and Tim Edey share the stage at the music hall in Turner Street with doors opening at 7.30pm.
BBC Radio 2 Folk Award-winning Luke Daniels performs intriguingly varied songs and ingenious compositions for his electrophon machine, which combines Victorian music technology with digital samples via specially manufactured steel discs.
Luke plays guitar, piano, melodeon and sings and is a member of the Cara Dillon Band and Riverdance Orchestra.
Tim Edey was voted BBC Folk Musician of the Year in 2012 and was one half of the Best Duo winners with Brendan Power.
A multi-instrumentalist and singer, he has toured the world and recorded with some of the major names in contemporary Celtic roots music. Now a name on the world stage in his own right after 17 years of hard work, he is rated by many to be one of the world’s finest-ever melodeon and guitar players in the folk and contemporary scene today.
Their duo show promises to be a stunning mix of world music-inspired instrumental virtuosity and passion with a strong Celtic theme, and highly engaging chorus lines.
Tickets, costing £11.50, can be bought here