Easter’s pub acoustic jam in Royston set be so Buch fun

PUBLISHED: 08:32 25 March 2016

Royston acoustic duo, Chris Walls and Richard Norris, who go under the name of Pass The Buch, are back by popular demand at The Boars Head, Royston.

Royston acoustic duo, Chris Walls and Richard Norris, who go under the name of Pass The Buch, are back by popular demand at The Boars Head, Royston.

© Richard Norris

An acoustic duo from Royston are set to take to the stage on Easter Sunday for an evening of live music.

Pass the Buch, made up of Chris Walls and Richard Norris who specialise in blues, folk and soft rock, will perform at 7.30pm at The Boars Head in Market Hill.

They’ve got plenty of guest singers and musicians lined up for the evening, including Bill Tarren performing James Taylor and Eagles.

Shelagh McConnell will also perform with her unique country voice will sing a mix of Irish, country and her very own songs, and there will be an open mic, so the event should feature a wide range of musicians covering different genres.

The Boars Head manager Matthew Brazier even promises a few trays of roast potatoes to share around.

Search ‘Pass The Buch and Friends at The Boars Head Royston’ on Facebook to find out more information about the event.

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