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Track Dogs play at Spalding's South Holland Centre in February 2020




Music lovers can enjoy a sunny fusion of styles in a lively concert from Madrid-based four piece Track Dogs in Spalding in February.

The international quartet bring with them a range of instruments that includes a cajon (percussion), banjo, ukulele, mandolin, trumpet and Spanish guitar, along with their stunning vocal harmonies.

Whilst being based in Spain, their biography explains that the band actually comprises of “two Irishmen, one Englishman and one American”.

The band Track Dogs play at the South Holland Centre in Spalding on February 28.
The band Track Dogs play at the South Holland Centre in Spalding on February 28.

They are Garrett Wall, Dave Mooney, Howard Brown and Robbie K. Jones.

The band say they came together in 2011 to make their “unique brand of acoustic music; a veritable 4×4 of voices and instruments identified for their dynamic fusion of styles including folk, Latin, Americana and even some bluegrass”.

And very catchy their music is too.

Their name is said to derive from the maintenance crews working the New York subway system.

They will play from their latest album, Fire On The Rails.

The band have been touring the UK with some major festival appearances and collaborations. This includes playing to a “heaving, rocking Trafalgar Square and surprise on-stage participation of Show of Hands’ Steve Knightley and Seth Lakeman at Shrewsbury Folk Festival”.

They say they are “surprising UK music lovers with sun-shiny songs thriving on dark themes behind irresistible rhythms”.

Their music really is a unique combination of styles, guaranteed to get your toes-tapping.

The band play at Spalding’s South Holland Centre on Friday, February 28, at 8pm.

Tickets are priced at £14, or £13 for concessions. For under 26s, tickets are £7.50.

To book, call the South Holland Centre on 01775 764777, pop into the centre in the Market Place or go to www.southhollandcentre.co.uk

On Wednesday, February 5, Spalding Folk Club hosts the duo Copper Viper at the Centre.

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