Friday 8th February, 7.30pm
Born out of a musical interest in both British folk and the transatlantic connections to new country and Americana, The Mile Roses are now fast gaining a reputation across the UK folk scene. Their original songs and close three part harmonies are accompanied by guitars, fretless bass, cittern, mandolin and fiddles.
Kate Bramley, Simon Haworth & Kari Macleod are three singer songwriters with eclectic and diverse roots yet somehow they seamlessly come together to create an utterly original and joyful sound. From haunting ballads to swinging country, celtic roots to driving folk choruses, this band are guaranteed to show audiences a good night out.
"The Mile Roses have built up a head of steam and are in demand…I have the greatest admiration for this line-up, unassuming and dedicated to what they are doing…the future looks bright.” FOLK NORTH WEST
Doors open at 7pm for licensed bar
Tickets £12.50 / £7.50 (under 19s) from Hearth Café, and from the tickets section of this website.