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Daphne’s Flight land in Diss

PUBLISHED: 09:09 11 July 2018 | UPDATED: 09:09 11 July 2018

Daphne's Flight will be coming to Diss. Picture: Blue Moon Music

Daphne's Flight will be coming to Diss. Picture: Blue Moon Music

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A group made of five of the “finest” folk singers in the UK will be making an appearance in Diss.

Daphne’s Flight took off in 1995 after the group met each other at the Cambridge Festival and decided to sing some songs together.

Since then there has been a UK tour and a performance at London’s Union Chapel with their style of folk, blues and jazz.

Two decades after releasing a debut album they are once again on tour.

The women, Christine Collister, Melaine Harrolk, Julie Matthews, Helen Watson and Chris While, will be performing in The Corn Hall on September 14.

For more information and tickets go to www.thecornhall.co.uk or call 01379 652241.

Earlier this year Daphne’s Flight released a live album recorded on their reunion tour last year after the release of their much anticipated second album Knows Time, Knows Change in May.

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