Folk Singing With Jake Sonny Rowlinson
  • Bread & Roses, 62 Ebrington Street, Plymouth, PL4 9AF

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5 December I 20:30 I Bread & Roses I Booking not required

Originally from Staffordshire, Jake Sonny Rowlinson graduated from Plymouth University in 2011. His interest in folksong was sparked by leading folk revivalists. He has been singing since his teens and for some years has been interested in ‘carrying a story with only the use of your voice’.
 
He runs the monthly session at The Dolphin and will host this session in an informal and inclusive style. Anyone wanting to sing will be given a spot.
 

This event is part of Plymouth University Music Week. Find out about related events.

Date: 5 December
Time: 20:30
Venue:
Bread & Roses, 62 Ebrington Street, Plymouth, PL4 9AF
Ticket information
: Free admission, no booking required.

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