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Rogue Shanty Buoys to entertain

PUBLISHED: 16:03 12 July 2018

The Rogue Shanty Buoys. Picture: The Rogue Shanty Buoys

The Rogue Shanty Buoys. Picture: The Rogue Shanty Buoys

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They have performed at festivals across the UK, and this Sunday the Rogue Shanty Buoys will perform at St Edmunds Church in Kessingland.

The popular group who sing sea shanties, other sea songs, their own original songs and versions of contemporary songs will be hosting a concept performance at the Church of St Edmunds in Kessingland on July 15.

The Rogue Shanty Buoys will perform songs from their brand new album ‘Above Board’ during the candlelit evening, which starts at 7.30pm and includes a question and answer session.

Tickets for the event are £2 each in advance and £3 on the door with £2 being reimbursed to anybody who purchases a copy of the album which will be available on the evening ahead of the official release in August. A donation from the sale of every album will be given to both RNLI Lowestoft and the Fishermen’s Mission.

To book, contact Stephen on 07909 510976 or contact@thevoicecloud.co.uk for more information.

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