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Make Music Day performance at Shrewsbury Library on Friday 21 June

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Make Music Day is the world’s largest annual music festival, with free events in more than 800 cities across 120 countries.

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Make Music Day UK

As part of the celebrations, Shropshire Libraries will be hosting Paul Henshaw playing live at Shrewsbury Library at 5pm – 6pm tomorrow (Friday 21 June 2019)

Make Music Day is a grassroots celebration of music that’s performed by anyone and enjoyed by everyone. Festivities will be taking place on the street, in parks, public spaces, shops and venues and musicians of all abilities can share their music with friends, neighbours and complete strangers.

To find out more about Make Music Day in the UK, events near you and how to get involved please go to www.makemusicday.co.uk.


Make Music Day UK is headed by Making Music, Music for All on behalf of an alliance of over 60 organisations from the music sector, with support from Arts Council England, NAMM Foundation and The Music Sales Group and Hal Leonard Europe. Make Music Day UK is part of the international Make Music Alliance.

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Thumping lumps out of his guitar and singing passionately about life and his own experiences, storytelling Paul Henshaw is one of the Riot Folk family’s hardest workers, touring relentlessly across the UK, Europe and afar.

Paul can take you from joyful irreverence and egoless self-depreciation to the most poignant and moving tributes within a track or two. Smiling and laughing one minute, you’ll be moved to tears the next. Lyrically thought provoking and musically diverse – a folk punk odyssey just begging to be absorbed.