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The Young'uns
November 7 · Festival Hall

The Young'uns

Doors @ 7 PM · Show @ 8 PM

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$30

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Sean Cooney, David Eagle and Michael Hughes bring an irresistible mix of soaring a capella harmonies (occasionally enriched by accordion and guitar), a wide streak of humour and affection and an unpredictable selection and interpretation of English folk music. The common thread is the fine old tradition of sharp social commentary and protest. Whether they’re covering Billy Bragg's “Between the Wars”, or singing their own little ditty about a bunch of racist footie hooligans who are thwarted in an outing of mosque-bashing by a nice game of football and a lovely cup of tea, their uncompromising content blends with irreverent banter with each other and their audiences in an irresistible and heady mix.