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Red Dirt Skinners

Red Dirt Skinners booked for Clayhidon autumn season
Audiences and critics rave about the Red Dirt Skinners, who are booked to play at Clayhidon Parish Hall on Friday 13 October.
They describe themselves as a genre-busting husband-wife duo. Rob and Sarah Skinner are the first act in history to achieve accolades at the British Blues Awards and the British Country Music Awards, and they were finalists in the Folk category for the UK Songwriting Awards. 
Their current album, Behind The Wheel was nominated Album of the Year at the International Acoustic Music Awards and voted Folk/Roots Album of the Year in several polls.
Having no tie to any particular genre means that the Red Dirt Skinners sound is instantly recognisable. With male and female harmonies blending together as one voice and Sarah’s trademark soprano saxophone solos, you will be swept along by the refreshingly different approach to an evening of music making.
If you like original music that draws influences from Pink Floyd, Simon and Garfunkel, Supertramp, Crosby Stills and Nash, David Bowie coupled with some epic storytelling, humour and heartfelt emotions, then you'll love the Red Dirt Skinners.
They have a natural rapport with their audiences and their live shows are a wonderful experience; a musical journey to remember.
Tickets (£10) and supper reservations (£5) available from Caroline Bendle on 01823 681047 or email carouselle@btinternet.com.
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