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A Met a four-ical Return

Heather DunnAfter last year’s sell out event Met a Four returns to Bury Met on 28th September.  For the initiated, Met a four is not one act but four comprising:

Chris and Siobhan Nelson – Southport based hubby and wife team about which lots of nice things have been said.  Siobhan may be knocking on a bit, but the old girl can still belt out a tune.

Seat of the Pants – A musical collision involving Heather Dunn (pictured) and Mike Simmons who concentrate mainly on traditional material.

The Bailey Sisters –  Karen Dyson, Alyson Rainey and Shelley Rainey are increasingly in demand on the folk music circuit, even more so after the release of their latest album, Afer Silence, Music.

Thursday’s Child - Chris Pyam and Ken Punshon joined forces three years ago to try out a few song ideas and have since then their output has been prolific.

This musical tapas kicks off at 7.30 pm and tickets are available from the venue.


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