Paul Harrison, the charismatic singer and guitarist in the popular Kendal-based band Room Full of Mirrors, will be a well-known face in Ambleside at the end of this year’s Festival of the Fells – he is performing in the headline musical acts on two evenings.
On Friday 22 September he will strumming and singing as Room Full of Mirrors play open-air at the town’s Market Cross pedestrianised area, and the following night he will put on another hat as he plays with The Mojo Band, a rip-roaring cover band that is sure to get music fans dancing.
The organisers of the second Festival of the Fells have announced a two-day line-up of music for the festival:
– Friday 22 September: 7.30-8.15pm: Scrogan’s Run; 8.30-10pm: Room Full of Mirrors.
– Saturday 23 September: 7.30-8.15pm: Phil Saunders & Friend; 8.30-10pm: The Mojo Band.
Robin Brackenbury, from the festival organisers Ambleside Together, said they were delighted to be expanding on last year’s one open-air concert.
“There was great feedback from Uncle Carbunkle’s performance last year, so we’re really pleased that we’ll be having open-air music for two nights out of the festival’s four,” he said. “And we’re particularly pleased that Uncle Carbunkle’s Phil Saunders will be performing again – he said he loved the atmosphere last year.”