BRADNINCH Folk Club welcomes back two established favourite performers in a double bill on Tuesday in Rosie Eade and Davey Malone – although the latter may be more familiar as his alter ego, Hobo Jones.

Rosie has recently brought out a new CD debut album, No Fairytale, a concept album bringing together folk myths and fairytales, with a dark twist and a wealth of special guests.

Needless to say she will be drawing on this new collection as well as her established numbers.

Rosie has a characteristic and beautiful voice appreciated by many in Bradninch and elsewhere in the many festivals and other places she performs.

Davey Malone is the frontman of Hobo Jones and The Junkyard Dogs and it will be no surprise that strong character and carefully crafted songs spring from this talented performer and storyteller when he appears as himself.

The evening at the Castle Hotel function room will start at 8.30pm and entry is £4.

The club has a sing-along at the White Lion in the function room on April 3. Entry is free and the start is at 8.45am.

Sam Green will feature on April 17 – he previously made a brief appearance at the club in a ‘floor spot’ performance.

Sam, an experienced and very hard-working performer, now lives in Bristol and is appearing in gigs across the country, some far away from his Exe Estuary homeland.

He is a singer-songwriter who plays acoustic guitar, dobro and harmonica.

Doors open at 8pm and the show starts at 8.30pm. Call 01392-881105 for further information