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Saturday, March 10th, 2018
7:30 PM
Ceilidh-swing veterans Steamchicken return to the concert circuit with a re-invented set, a new hard hitting sound and the fabulous Amy Kakoura on vocals. Folk with a twist, with huge dollop of blues and ska, the powerful four-piece horn section drives a set featuring mostly original material together with their own take on a few classics, new album "Look Both Ways" just released.

between Bellowhead and UB40exhilarating stuff. Vic Smith. FRoots.

an irresistible sound that leaves this listener, at least, with an overwhelming feeling of joy. Barry Goodman: Shire-folk

.an excellent album, mixing so many styles and ideas in a bewildering stew of exciting music. Dai Jeffries: Folking.com

some great storytelling the use of a full brass section and driving rhythm section that is the real eye-openerand the amazing vocal range of Amy handling everything thrown at her. Dave Beeby: The Living Tradition.