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Dodgy To Play Eden
2:03pm 7th June 2012
Good Enough for the Eden Sessions.
Dodgy are the latest act to be announced for this year's line-up.
They'll play the biomes at the folk Session on Sunday July 1st.
Martin Williams, Eden's Marketing Director, said:
"Dodgy are an excellent addition to the line-up. They are a brilliant live band and have a great back catalogue of summery tunes as well as fresh new tunes that fit the day of folk perfectly."
Stornoway, Bellowhead, the Mull Historical Society, the Staves and Seth Lakeman will also be playing throughout the day, giving the Session a one-day festival feel. The full line-up will be released soon.
The folk Eden Session joins musical comic Tim Minchin (Saturday June 23), dance supremo Example (Saturday June 30), drum and bass legends Chase & Status and hip-hop singer and producer Labrinth (July 4) UK soul and hip-hop star Plan B (Friday July 6), Blink-182 (Sunday July 8 - SOLD OUT) and indie stars Noah and the Whale and The Vaccines (July 11).
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