Blue Sedna, an exciting duo combining sweet soaring vocals with gutsy slide guitar playing, will be performing at the Horse and Jockey, Churchstoke, on Friday, May 11.

If you like your blues, roots and Americana cool, hot and danceable then this is for you.

“Our influences range from Nina Simone to Led Zeppelin, from Robert Johnson through Muddy Waters to Johnny Winter and Rory Gallagher, from Gillian Welch to Steve Earle, along with a few originals,” says singer Debra Bartlett.

Not only do Blue Sedna perform the songs well, but they leave you in no doubt as to their meanings, with many jolly sounding, danceable songs masking darker subjects including many which refer to the revenge meted out to erring husbands by their long suffering wives.

For mean slow bluesers and hot boogie dancers served up with loads of tongue-in-cheek humour, get along to the Horse and Jockey with the music starting at 9pm and free admission.