ALCESTER singer-songwriterJack Blackman is starting a new monthly music night at the Cross Keys in the town.
The Tuery Sessions – tuery being a local word for alley or pathway – kick off on Saturday January 24, from 6pm. Admission is free.
Wes Finch has released three albums and has supported the likes of Billy Bragg and Martin Carthy, will be performing his mix of folk, rock, blues, country, jazz and swing.
Young Americana outfit Aidan and the Wildfires, winners of the 2015 Purbeck Valley Folk Festival folk rising competition, take time off away from their residency at the Troubadour club in London to travel to Alcester.
The evening will finish with a jam, hosted by Jack, and featuring all of the featured acts alongside a few mystery guests.