A trio of French Canadiennes – Bon Debarras, took the village hall by storm on Sunday night. To a sell out audience of 54 people they played their original style of Quebec folk music, with influences of the Louisiana mardi-gras, thrown in for good measure.
Although singing all in French, the music was exiting and embracing, especially an encore which got everyone up dancing.
Bon Debarras (meaning Good Riddance) is made up of Cedric on double bass, Jean Francois on banjo and Dominic on wash board, guitar and clog dancing..! ...and last but not least Remy, who gave the technical support.
This was the final rural venue for the band, before they left for London and they gave a show stopping performance...!