Devoran Acoustic Sessions' first show of the New Year is a solo performance from Phillip Henry on Saturday, February 1, at Devoran Village Hall.

Following the success of his critically acclaimed 2018 solo album, True North, Phillip Henry returns to the road in 2020.

His new show, Solo, continues to explore the virtuosic limits of his many instruments, from the 22-string Indian chatturangui, to the Dobro and National guitars that made his name.

Having toured across five continents, from Japan to South Africa, Canada to Australia, his repertoire gathers songs of the road, tunes learnt around the festival campfire, and music from thousand-mile-distant friends.

He will also feature his showstopping skill on the harmonica, from train impressions to boogie blues.

A BBC Folk Award winner, Phillip Henry has played with many roots music legends, from Seth Lakeman and Show of Hands, to his role in Peter Knight's Gigspanner Big Band and his work with the duo Edgelarks.

Solo returns the focus to his extraordinary instrumental skills.

He is no stranger to holding the stage alone, having opened for Kylie Minogue at Hyde Park to 50,000 people as part of BBC Radio 2's Festival in a Day, where his legendary beatbox harmonica well and truly got the party started.

Tickets, £12.50 are available from or via 01726 879500. The show starts at 7.30pm, doors at 7pm.