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Crowd Pleasing NIght of Foot Stomping Blue Grass

Flats & Sharps


St. Austell Arts Centre


Photos courtesy of Jonathan Aberdeen


Cornwall based Flats & Sharps closed the season of outdoor performances at St. Austell Arts Centre this weekend with a crowd pleasing night of foot stomping get up and dance songs.

The highly accomplished foursome are always a good night out, but their joy at playing to real people after endless months of uncertainty added a little something extra to their performance in St. Austell. The packed audience let the music wrap itself around them like a warm hug from an old friend; for many this was their first evening out since Christmas 2019 and they were desperate to be entertained. Josh, Mikey, Liam and Danny didn’t disappoint as they took everyone on a magical musical journey through their blue grass roots and their own powerful original work. Ten years of writing, performing and touring the globe have resulted in a band that has a terrific rapport with audiences and constantly delivers tight, top quality live shows.


Flats & Sharps left everyone on a high as they brought the curtain down on the final outdoor show of 2021 at the Arts Centre.


The band’s next performance is 26th August at Heligan Gardens supporting Seth Lakeman, find out more from their website –

www.flatsandsharps.net/tour


St. Austell Arts Theatre re-opens fully on Friday 10th September with The Countrymen and their Cornish Folk Rock Harmonies.


Following hot on the footsteps of The Countrymen is top sax player Snake Davis and his band on Friday 24th September.


Find out more about the upcoming season at St. Austell Arts Theatre and book tickets here:

www.crbo.co.uk/events.php?evGrp=240


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