Coro’ and Other Events

Bringing the best of live folk, blues and acoustic music to the South Lakes    

Ulverston Live Music

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Coro and other Events

Events organised by Ulverston Live Music to take place in the Coronation Hall or other local venues.  Tickets for the Coronation Hall  are available from the Coro Box Office.

 

Saturday 14th October

        Tickets £19.00                        Box Office (when available)

The Cajun Roosters

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Roomfull of Mirrors               

 The Cajun Roosters are a multi talented, multi award winning, truly International band bringing together some of the finest and most experienced Cajun and Zydeco musicians in Europe. They have a reputation as one of the most authentic Cajun and Zydeco bands around which has put them in the forefront of the scene and earned them headline festival appearances in Germany, France, Netherlands, UK, Denmark, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Austria, Belgium and Italy.

The band plays music from the Louisiana swamps and prairies north west of New Orleans. One of the last great undiscovered musics of the modern world. It is a music which instantly grabs an audience and infuses them with a feeling of bonhomie and good times. Instant happiness as the fiddle and accordion weave their magic spell over unsuspecting audiences. Cajun and Zydeco is the main course mixed with a healthy side order of bayou blues and swamped up rock n roll.

Be ready to dance.

Eclectic folk rock outfit Room Full of Mirrors are established as one of the county's best-known acts, having appeared at many of the region's biggest festivals and events, including Solfest, Kendal Calling and a main stage appearance at Keswick Mountain Festival.

Drawing upon every rootsy genre, from Celtic tunes to reggae grooves, Eastern European vibes to Americana, Middle Eastern sounds to English folk music, the band have a pop sensibility and an infectious groove.

Incorporating mandolin, fiddle, and even a tin whistle into their sound, there are very few – if any – other bands in Cumbria doing anything similar.

Formed in 2010, their double album, Where the Hell Did That Come From? was released a year later, with the original copies selling out immediately, and their latest full-length, Fire in Your Soul, came out in 2013.

The band are led by Dawn Foster, providing guitar, fiddle and vocals, with professional musician and guitar teacher Paul Harrison and bassist Andy Moseley, who also plays mandolin, also sharing vocals, and Jake Dakin plays the drums.

Be ready to dance some more.

 

 

 

 

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