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appearing at

BBC Radio Cambridge

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

Sunday 17th of February 2019

19.30 - 20.00

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Live Performance


Palmerston`s reputation has rapidly grown over the last few years and has seen the band sharing stages with the likes of, Ralph McTell, The Moulettes, Eve Selis and country guitar legend, Albert Lee, who said of them….

“The gentlemen of Palmerston guarantee you an exciting evening of music, the music is fresh, invigorating, all theirs and a must see-and-hear”

Whilst performing their music described as British Americana at festivals & theatres around the country, they have also played many live Radio broadcasts, and recorded three albums and two EP`s. This, alongside the recording of a DVD capturing their “Birmingham Town Hall” appearance whilst on tour with Albert Lee, shows that these guys are not afraid of hard work.

Palmerston are currently recording an EP for release May 2018 and rapidly adding new dates to their 2018 gigging schedule.

'The festival faithful immediately warmed to Palmerston who opened the Friday night for seasoned artists Richard Digance and Home Service. Back stage they were a joy to deal with and efficient and professional in their approach to the Cromer's usual tight turn round technically for the evening concerts'
- Scott Butler - Folk on the Pier

Original songs written by Alan Rondeau are performed by Palmerston, and make you smile in a way that only Beer or Sunshine can!

BBC Radio Cambridge

Venue Type

Radio Station

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Sue’s been part of the entertainment industry since birth. From singing on the bar in her parents pub at the age of four to hosting numerous music festivals.

She's been an actress on the small screen with parts in programmes like Boon, Brookside and Martin Chuzlewit.

A lover of radio, Sue spent just over two years at a local commercial station before joining the BBC to broadcast through the night, and then during early evenings, to radio stations in the Eastern Counties.

Sue would like to captain the starship Voyager, if only for the uniform, but BBC Local Radio is the next best thing!

Sue Marchant on BBC Radio Cambridgeshire.





Free Admission

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