All are welcome to a quality barn dance at the Old Picture House, Seaton on Friday 1st May. Do not miss top London band Cut A Shine teaming up with the West Country’s own Stompin’ Dave. A magic combination for a great night out.
Cut A Shine are putting barn dance back on the map. Whether at sell out London dances, or at top summer festivals this “anarchic hillbilly squad”, host a rip roaring, thigh slapping, blood pumping show. Whilst the banjo and fiddle sets the tone, the callers instruct the audience until all are involved.
Described by Maverick Magazine as "one of the world's greatest performers” Dorset based Stompin’ Dave is the man when it comes to American Roots music. “In other parts of the world they have cyclones, tornados and hurricanes, in the UK we have Stompin’ Dave.” Blues In The South
The event at The Old Picture House is organised by Seaton musician Slammer Durrant of the band The Good Old Boys, Simon is one of the organisers of Goren Festival. Doors open at 7.30pm. The music starts at 8pm. There will be a licensed bar. Visit www.stompinstore.com/etickets for advance tickets at £6.50.