Friday 22nd February will see a night of folk, acoustic and roots music at Penylin’s Wee Irish Cafe in Carlisle.
The night will feature music from Penrith trio, Green Man’s Apprentice along with duo, Swift and Rowan.
Green Man’s Apprentice play songs and tunes from Ireland, Britain and Scandinavia, some traditional, some modern and some original. Swift and Rowan specialise in beautiful close harmony work and bring their own style to folk songs and americana with a few surprises thrown in too. They are a superb live act.
Since singer and multi-instrumentalist, Peter Rowan appears in both acts and the musicians are all friends, don’t be too surprised if there is a collaboration or two on the night as well.
The night will be unplugged, laid back and relaxed. Entry is free with an option to throw a pound or two in the hat if you’ve enjoyed it.
Penylins Cafe has a lovely little bar upstairs which, whilst remaining a well kept secret, plays host to plenty of live music.
Doors open at 7.30pm with music starting at 8pm. All are welcome…just as you would expect in a wee Irish cafe!
These nights are always very warm-hearted and great fun with lots of good chat and crack to go alongside some great music. So come along and enjoy!