Tilston Music Club welcomes top Chester-based band Full House to the Carden Arms on Tuesday, December 3.
One of the area’s longest established and most popular bands, Full House has delighted audiences at folk venues and festivals throughout the country with their mix of material from many sources - including their own compositions along with the songs and tunes of contemporary writers in several musical genres.
No Ladders That Tall is their latest CD – a collection of self penned tracks that have received much acclaimed reviews and radio airplay.
The five-strong line up comprises of: Ian Jones on melodeon, flute and whistle; Chris Lee, vocals, mandolins and guitar; Nick Mitchell, vocals, guitar, mandola; Dave Russell, fiddle, bouzouki, vocals; Mark Woolley on percussion, whistles.
Club host Geoff Scott said: “We are very lucky to get Full House to perform in Tilston. They are a fantastically talented band and will give us a great night – and we do indeed expect a full house.”
The performance starts at 8pm. Admission is £5 with tickets available from Geoff Scott on 01829 250484 or pay on the door.