Listeners Given The Elbow

Listeners Given The Elbow Wirral Acoustic Roots band Elbow Jane were special guests on In The Mix earlier. Radio Clatterbridge listeners were given an exclusive preview of their forthcoming album The Boldest Blood including the title track which was played live in the studio. It is about bravery in battle and the loss suffered by families and friends during times of war. The Band are supporting the national charity Help for Heroes. Citing their various inspirations, amongst other songs played live was Shower the People - the James Taylor classic. The band will be appearing at the Floral Pavillion on the 10th September 2011 which is also the release date for the CD. For tickets contact www.floralpavilion.com or ring 0151 666 0000. Support is from legend Andy Irvine well known from Planxty in the 70s.

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