Friday night Pop-up concert

at Kava – 5.30pm

The Harmony Jar

Truly miserable country songs sung and played harmoniously by three warm, funny and engaging women. There will be highs, there will be lows, there will be laughter and tears, and that’s before we even come on stage. The Harmony Jar will soothe and entertain you with a mixture of original ballads and songs from a variety of genres treated to a country feel. We think you’ll like us.

at Kava – 6.30pm

Colbalt Tales

Originally from Wigan and Sheffield Pat and Nuala are experienced singer songwriter entertainers. Pat came to live in the Highlands of Scotland over twenty years ago. In 2004 Nuala’s career brought her to the remote off grid peninsula Scoraig.  This is where the two combined their musical talents and became an integral part of the community,  often organising and performing at music events, festivals and gatherings.

In Ullapool, Cobalt are a leading light in the music scene, where they play regularly at various venues throughout the Highlands. Pat and Nuala tour extensively throughout the U.K. often playing sell out gigs to their home crowds in Yorkshire, Lancashire and beyond. Pat recorded her debut ep cd produced by  Martin Stephenson. Cobalt Tales have also worked with Edwina Hayes at the Bury Met Theatre.

Pat and Nuala have been described as the U.K.’s Indigo Girls.

Cobalt Tales deliver original material as well as some well known covers with powerful, soulful vocals acoustic guitars, complimented with melodic bass guitar and engaging harmonies.

Songs from the heart that stir the soul.

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Photos from Todmorden Folk Festival's post

LOST PROPERTY- Anyone own these bits and bobs? They will be in the Golden Lion Todmorden on Thursday 10th from 7pm awaiting collection or get in touch and I'll post them...

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Incredible Edible: Yorkshire town's food-growing scheme takes root worldwide

Congratulations to Incredible Edible for making the Guardian today.
A truly noble cause.

When two women began turning disused verges in the former mill town of Todmorden into free food plots, little did they realise they would inspire a global movement of growers

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