Husband and wife folk duo play Hitchin

12:39 15 May 2014

Kathryn and Sean will play Hitchin Folk Club this Sunday

Kathryn and Sean will play Hitchin Folk Club this Sunday

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A husband-and-wife folk duo is coming to Hitchin this weekend.

Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman will play Hitchin Folk Club, at the Sun Hotel, this Sunday.

Organiser Keiron Jones said: “These guys are a really, truly talented power couple. I can’t wait for the club’s audience to seem them in action.

“We’ve had a great run of acts recently but this duo is, without doubt, among the very best in terms of current contemporary folk music.”

The Dartmoor-based couple, who put their performing careers on hold to have children, plan to release their third album Hidden People later this year.

You can find the band on Twitter on @Kathryn_Sean or visit http://www.kathrynrobertsandseanlakeman.com for more information.

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