American trio

The Stillhouse Junkies are performing in Quatt as part of their first international tour. The American group combine a wide range of influences including bluegrass, Western swing and blues to create a blend of American roots music.

The trio have built up an eclectic catalogue of original music with their songs paying tribute to the remarkable diversity of Southwestern USA. Their third album is due for release early this year.

Swing into Quatt Village Hall on Friday 27 March to see them perform live. Tickets at £10 call 03336 663366.


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