Back in the wiles of history, four lads from Cornwall met at the 100 Club in Soho and Lady Fortune shed a little tear. These guys were called Bill Jefferson, Jack Speckleton, Peter Brandstetter and Nathan Haynes, and together, equipped with old guitars, mandolins, a worn drum and a few drams of fire water, they managed to channel the spirits of Elvis Presley and the Pogues, back when Shane MacGowan still had some of own front teeth… Okay, factually that's not entirely accurate, because there’s nothing to suggest an affinity with the occult amongst the rugged folk music, but their appeal is, at least, supernatural. And if you're around London this summer, then you're in for a treat because they've got shows a plenty.
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