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Listen again to Scottish/Irish music at Horsens Ny Teater

Coast have changed their line-up a bit since their first visit in Horsens three years and a couple of months ago. But the music is still in that Scottish-Irish style many here are fond of. PR photo.

Listen again to Scottish/Irish music at Horsens Ny Teater

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horsens - On Saturday Horsens Ny Teater gets a visit from the English band Coast - again.

Because back in the autumn of 2013 for the first time the orchestra was in the local culture house with music in the well-known Scottish-Irish style, which many Danes are very fond of.

Coast have also been a big success at the festivals in Tønder and Skagen, and it was clear from the visit in 2013 that among the audience there were many, who knew in advance what was awaiting them.

Despite the Irish/Scottish approach to music, Coast is a completely English band from Southampton. It was founded by Paul Eastman in 2007, and the year after Coast made their debut with the EP "The Great Crowd".

The first regular album with the title "Coast" came out in 2009, and "The Turning Stone" followed in 2011. From there we need to go up to the coming spring, before there is something new on the way in the form of the album "Windmills In The Sky".

Beside Paul Eastham, the band consists of Chris Barnes on percussion, Andy Murray on guitar, Finlay Wells on bas and guitar, as well as Graeme Youngson on drums.

At Horsens Ny Teater Coast will be playing for a seated audience.

There still are tickets to the concert on Saturday, the theatre informs.

Original text by Chr. Rimestad