Suffolk based folk rock duo – Sibury Hill – are playing a set at the, historic, Sweffling White Horse pub in the village of Sweffling, near Framlingham and Saxmundham, Suffolk, this Saturday evening, 15th June.
The duo – Scott Dolling (flute, guitar and vocals) and David Stainer (guitar, mandolin and vocals) will be playing “un-plugged” at the intimate venue which has re-opened recently and become popular with lovers of real ale and good, simple, local, food – as well as offering good acoustic music .
Silbury Hill play an eclectic mix of their own original material and covers by popular artists. They have released 2 cd’s of original material (“The Tudor Rose” and “Broadside & Mayhem”), both noted for their inclusion of songs inspired by the duo’s native Suffolk.
Silbury Hill will be performing at the Sweffling White Horse from 8.30pm on Saturday and admission is free. The pub website for further information is www.swefflingwhitehorse.co.uk and more information about Silbury Hill can be found at www.reverbnation.com/silburyhill.