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The Railway Inn presents

Roving Crows

Their passion and energy on stage is infectious, never failing to deliver a great time with their vibrant live show!  Their music pushes the boundaries of the Irish Folk genre, their jumping jigs and reels will get you dancing whilst their enquiring and provocative lyrics will make you think.
Date
Room
Platform 1
Doors
Age limit
18+
Tickets (adv)
£12.00
Tickets (door)
£15.00

Tickets

Roving Crows ADVANCE

£12.00

A booking fee of 11% will be added to each ticket order. This fee goes straight to maintaining the venue.

Roving Crows are an Irish Folk Rock band based in Herefordshire & Worcestershire. The Crows are a MUST SEE live act; a mix of fiery fiddle playing and conscious lyrics alongside driving drums and bass. The band were formed in 2009 with the current line up playing together since 2019, the group have toured tirelessly across the UK, over to Australia, France and the Netherlands.

Their passion and energy on stage is infectious, never failing to deliver a great time with their vibrant live show!  Their music pushes the boundaries of the Irish Folk genre, their jumping jigs and reels will get you dancing whilst their enquiring and provocative lyrics will make you think.

Roving Crows consists of Paul O’Neill (guitar and lead vocals); Caitlin Barrett (fiddle & vocals); Laurence Aldridge (drums & vocals); Jim Smith (bass & vocals).

The band released their 4th album AWAKEN in 2022 and received extensive radio play across the UK as well as 4* reviews for their work.  The album was fully funded by a National Lottery Project Grant.

The band have gone from strength to strength and their signature sound is as strong as ever. This Irish group seamlessly marry humour, provocative lyrics , traditional Irish tunes and rock to entertain and bring the listener on a ride that they won’t want to get off! They make a hell of a noise for 4 people – join the party. ♫♪♪

“an adventurous and inspired heady cocktail of Celtic and World music with a social conscience and a beating heart” Mike Davies – folking.com, 2022