Making a welcome return to The Plough, this time accompanied by harmonica player Johnny Mars, is Michael Roach. This is a second chance to catch this amazingly talented blues singer in the intimate setting of a cabaret seated event. Michael Roach, one of

Making a welcome return to The Plough, this time accompanied by harmonica player Johnny Mars, is Michael Roach.This is a second chance to catch this amazingly talented blues singer in the intimate setting of a cabaret seated event.Michael Roach, one of 13 children from Washington, DC, sings and plays guitar in an easy East Coast style of traditional blues that dates back to the 1920s. After spending several years learning directly from such well know figures as John Jackson, John Cephas and Jerry Ricks, Michael has developed his own style and is now an exceptional entertainer. Known for his informative and interactive performances, Michael is a true crowd pleaser and a master musician. During the past two years, Michael and electric blues harmonica player, Johnny Mars, have teamed up to form a blues duo. Together, they mix country acoustic and city electric blues styles to great effect. What started off as a jam has now turned into a professional collaboration that draws on their unique specialist skills. Combined, they have more than 70 years of experience in blues music-making and produced 17 recordings.The performance takes place on Friday, February 6 at 8.30pm. Tickets, priced at £10, £9 and £8 can be booked through the box office on (01805) 624624.A two-course dinner plus coffee costs £10 served