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Four people from North Cornwall who make our own kind of noise.
Mostly the noise consists of our own interpretations of past hits... some recent, some we have to blow the cobwebs off before attempting, but ALL examples of songwriting excellence in their day which we hope you find agreeable to listen to whilst perhaps, having a drink, having a dance, or singing along with a beverage in your hand, and a big smile on your face.
We are unique and can't be categorised into current genres, we would prefer you to have a listen to Kate, Gra, Ken and Dale recorded 'warts and all' either a practice session in the 'man shed' (not overproduced with layer upon layer of vocal and guitar work!!), or some of the very live videos on here, and form your own opinions. Feedback is always appreciated.
We would love the opportunity to entertain you with our collective 100 years plus of seasoned shows, to many an audience at a variety of venues including Pubs, Clubs, Parties, Weddings, Local festivals, Major festivals, Radio Performances etc.
This spacious, comfortable and lively town centre pub is named after the medieval 15th-century bridge over the now silted-up harbour, and reflects the one-time importance of sheep to the town - the pub name in Cornish (Pons War Gwlan) still appears on the outside. The light and airy single bar interior has several drinking spaces, including a raised area that affords a view of the nearby street; an impressive curved bar counter dominates the room. An enclosed courtyard beer garden at the rear affords access to an adjacent (but limited-space) car park.
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