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1 month ago

Rough Chowder

Making our way back across the Channel after playing at Nuit Cajun in Saint Sernin du Bois 🇫🇷.

Such a great evening put on by Didier Lonjard and the Association and we’re so glad you invited us along, we had an absolute blast playing for you all.

We hope to be back in Europe soon but we’ll leave you with some photos from last night taken by Denis Hurier.
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2 months ago

Rough Chowder

Sad news today for the loss of another festival 😢. We’ve had some wonderful times here both on and off the stage but we are grateful for the wonderful friends we’ve made. ...

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2 months ago

Rough Chowder

We had a great time performing at Hurst Festival last night. Thank you to Kay and Satu for leading the dance workshop and to everyone who came and danced and had a good time 🎶. ...

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2 months ago

Rough Chowder

Kay and Satu leading a great workshop before our dance this evening......still time to come down and join in, Rough Chowder on at 9pm. ...

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