International folk legend comes to Cranbourne

Musician Ken Nicol will perform in Cranbourne.

A former member of chart-topping folk rock group ‘Steeleye Span’ is set to appear at the Cranbourne Uniting Church food truck appeal.

International folk legend Ken Nicol will perform on Saturday 28 September at the Cranbourne Uniting Church as part of his Australian tour.

As a guitarist, he is one of the most skilled and exciting players anywhere today.

After establishing himself on the British folk circuit in the seventies Ken headed to Los Angeles where he became an in-demand musician recording with the likes of Al Stewart (‘the year of the cat’) before returning to the UK in 1989 to focus on his solo material.

Ken has been a member of The Albion Band (led by folk pioneer Ashley Hutchings), Magna Carta, and mainly Steeleye Span.

The concert also features musician and songwriter, Dominic Finley, who will be launching his latest solo album ‘Street Writer’. Doors open at 7pm for a 7:30pm start.

The show will also feature Dominic Finley who is a British musician, novelist, singer-songwriter, and former member of the eighties multi-million sellers Cutting Crew (known for their number one hit, ‘I Just Died In Your Arms’).

All tickets are priced at $25 (including complimentary refreshments) and are available online from: (25 per cent of sales will go to the Cranbourne Food Truck).

Alternatively patrons may pay at the door, subject to availability.

Cranbourne Uniting Church is located at 41 Lesdon Avenue, Cranbourne,