Folk music

Sam Kelly and The Lost Boys head to Cornwall in November

A popular pop-folk group is heading to Cornwall following the release of their latest album earlier this year.

Sam Kelly and The Lost Boys will return to the Duchy on November 12 when they perform a set at the Acorn Theater in Penzance.

Renowned for their conceived and emotionally charged folk music, the group, made up of Jamie Francis on banjo, Graham Coe on cello, Toby Shaer on whistles and violin, Archie Moss on melodeon, Evan Carson on drums and band leader, Songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer and BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winner Sam Kelly has been an explosive force since entering the scene in 2016.

Their unique sound has captured the hearts and ears of some of the biggest names in the business and “The Wishing Tree” would be no exception.

Sam Kelly and The Lost Boys will return to the Duchy on November 12 when they perform a set at the Acorn Theater in Penzance.

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The band said, “This album is a big step forward for us as a band.

“It’s been 4 years since our last record, and this one is mostly original material, whereas our last album was mostly traditional music.

“These songs are born out of the struggle everyone has faced over the past year, but carry messages of hope, love and joy in the little things.

“Making this album has been vital to our sanity over the past year, and we are very proud to bring these songs out to the world.”

For more information visit: www.samkelly.org