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Blue Midnight’s at the Griffin in Frome

Making their annual excursion into the West Country, Blue Midnight return to the Griffin in Milk Street. with the space-folk-dub-brass-fiesta sound on Saturday 22nd November, 9pm – 11pm, with free entry.

a relatively rare sub-genre of popular music, they are described as an “eccentric crossover music combo”, and “musical Monty Python.” This  trombone-toting, violin-vamping, bass-and-drum-beating ensemble, also happens to feature one of the UK’s finest harmonica players.

The Griffin says, “With combined musical experiences that range so far and wide that it’s quite rare to see them all together on the same continent, grab this chance to hear tracks from classic albums ‘Father of Apples’, ‘Balance’ and forthcoming release ‘White Moon’.

“If you’ve not yet had the Blue Midnight experience, come and discover a “genuine hidden gem of a band” at The Griffin, Milk Street, Frome.

“Trombone reggae lines with folk violin melodies and fluid, solid bass, highlighted by harmonica, vocals and percussion… unlike anything else, very addictive… there is complete joy in each note of this extravagant music.”