BIGGAR Corn Exchange plays host to Tyneside roots band Rob Heron And The Tea Pad Orchestra.
The band, hailed as one of the hardest working on the UK roots music circuit, hit the road for a string of dates that will lead then north to appear as one of the main headline acts at this year’s Shetland Folk Festival.
And it includes an appearance in Biggar on Sunday, April 28.
Featuring guitars, mandolin, harmonica, accordion, double bass and percussion, their debut album, Money Isn’t Everything, caused a sensation in 2012, winning a host of rave reviews.
Rob Heron And The Tea Pad Orchestra will perform at the Biggar Corn Exchange on Sunday, April 28, beginning at 7.30pm. Tickets, priced £10, are available from Bryden’s Newsagents or from the Corn Exchange website.
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