Friday 24 May 2013Editor's Choice Free
The self-dubbed ‘cool as folk’ band Missin’ Rosie will be returning to Gloucester pub Café Rene on Friday 24 May 2013, hoping to captivate crazed fans from across the county with what they call their ‘infectious entertainment’.
The four-piece Celtic folk rockers, comprised of Joe Rendall on guitar and vocals; bassist Mike Rendall; Jason Hull on whistles and flute; and drummer Tim Downes-Hall, have been compared to the likes of the Levellers, Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphys, so fans can expect nothing less than an energetic performance on the night.
Blending a unique mixture of folk rock, pop, jazz and ‘shake your booty’ music, the foursome specialise in playing songs about drinking, love and life to traditional anecdotes referring to legless pirates and fairies, resulting in what can only be described as an obscure lyrical journey that Gloucestershire locals are sure to enjoy.
By infusing their shared passion for Celtic and world music with their expertise in folk-rock ditties, these boys are sure to come up with some blinders.
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