Folk gigs of the week: Larkin Poe + Blair Dunlop, various venues
Friday 29 March 2013
Blair Dunlop is guitarist/singer in the new Albion Band, son of Ashley Hutchings and the boy who played young Willy Wonka to Johnny Depp's grown-up.
Larkin Poe are Rebecca and Megan Lovell, strikingly good singers, writers and players who recorded a fine album with Thom Hell, The Sound of the Ocean Sound. Their work on Dunlop's debut, Blight and Blossom, has led to a co-headline tour, where they'll play together and separately.
All Saints, Lewes (01273 486391; ) Tue; K College, Tonbridge (08000 858554; k-venue.co.uk) Wed; David Hall, South Petherton (01460 240340; thedavidhall.org.uk) Thur; Kings Place, London N1 (020 7520 1490; kingsplace.co.uk) Fri
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