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Twelve Strings


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Hailing from the bustling streets of Manchester, Twelve Strings are a folk, pop girl group comprised of two (or three!) really good friends with a mutual love of music.

Twelve Strings all met a few years ago after running in the same musical circles in and around Manchester and quickly discovered they had similar musical interests (and a shared love of sequins). They soon got to writing original music together, as well as learning covers of all genres, from folk to rock, to perfect their skills.

They’re a real joy to watch, their infectious energy sealing the deal for anyone not already utterly charmed by the disarming nature of the songs. Even The Stars

With influences as broad as Dusty Springfield and Daft Punk, they have mashed all of their inspirations together to come up with their own unique take on music. Whether it's playing their own original music or covers, they have a distinctive sound which is fuelled by live instruments and three part harmonies.

In between playing various venues around Manchester and the UK, as well as weddings, private functions and parties, they can often be found in local cafes, drinking tea, eating cake and chatting nonsense.

Performance info

Line-up Guitar/vocals; guitar/vocals
Performance duration 2 x 45 minute sets

Booking options

Create the trio!
Add £275
Add percussion/vocals for our best line up
Extra musicians
Add £275 per musician
Add bass and/or violin for a fuller sound
Extra performances
Add £70 per extra half hour per musician
Keep the music going for longer!

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