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TIN CHURCH RINGS OUT WITH THE SOUND OF MUSIC small Church in Bedmond rung with a


different kind of music last month as folk duo


Trevor Moss and Hannah-Lou put on a touching concert. On Monday 24 January, the husband and wife


song-writing partnership arrived at the Church of the Ascension in Bedmond, affectionately known as the Tin Church, to perform a selection of their songs. Trevor and Hannah-Lou met at Goldsmith‘s


college in London in 2003 and immediately struck up a musical bond, followed by a romantic one. They produce folk-bluegrass music which consists of guitar melodies and vocal harmonies of the pair. Following their critically acclaimed album


Indigo Moss and performances in London, they decided to spread their wings and take to the country. Concerts in village halls then led them to organise their innovative ‗Tin Tabernacle Tour,‘ visiting 11 tin churches around the country last month. Hannah-Lou said: ―Our music is inspired by all


Hannah-Lou and Trevor Moss provided an evening’s musical entertainment at the Tin Church, Bedmond.


allotment that the flat we used to live in overlooked. It was fascinating watching people working in their allotments throughout the seasons.‖ Trevor and Hannah-Lou were joined on their


tour by special guests Pete Greenwood and Pepe Belmonte, who are also musicians and song- writers, and added further strength to the concert. For more information about Trevor Moss and


H a n n a h - L o u kind of things. One of our songs is about an www.trevormossandhannahlou.com v i s i t


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