Fans of folk music are in for a foot-tapping treat as the touring Holy Moly And The Crackers hit the borough this weekend to perform their show ‘If The River Was Whiskey.’
The band are a seven-piece ‘gypsy folknroll’ group. Tracks from their album and EP have been played by Amazing Radio, BBC Introducing and leading music critic Mike Harding. Their music is influenced by punk, ska, reggae, folk and blues.
They play at Queniborough Village hall on Saturday from 7.30pm with tickets on sale at £8, £7 concessions or £10 on the door.
For more information about the gig call Amanda on (0116) 2698256.