Delta Ladies play Baldock

12:10 24 April 2014

The Delta Ladies

The Delta Ladies

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A feminine folk due is set to play in Baldock this Sunday.

The Delta Ladies - made up of multi-instrumentalists Vicky Martin and Diana Stone - have played over 1,300 shows in the UK and France.

The self-described “lovely London ladies of doubtful origin but definite talent” are noted for their covers of Americana classics such as Orange Blossom Special and Mystery Train.

The Ladies are now touring the country after launching their second album They Can’t Take Away My Rock & Roll last year. They hope to release a third EP later this year.

They will be appearing at the Hen & Chickens pub from 9pm. Visit www.facebook.com/Deltladies for more information.

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