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studied Music Technology at Kingston University plays Guitar and teamed together they make a beautiful duo that’s easy on the ears. Phoebe Butler said “My family have always been into Music which influenced my decision to want to learn to play the recorder, I started learning when I was 5 and I have been playing ever since. My family have always supported me both financially and emotionally, my mum brought me all my equipment and even gave me her old recorder.” Charlie Law has been playing the Guitar for 8 years and said “My student loan when I was at University is what financed all of my equipment.”

Aside from busking the streets of East Sussex the couple’s main music platform is a folk collective called The Cabineers which has toured the UK as far as Penzance and Glasgow. They also performed a session on BBC Wales before supporting Turin Brakes at Glastonbury 2014 which is the couple’s biggest musical achievement so far. They have also played at some smaller festivals a few amongst them are; Folk East Festival, Home Grown Festival and the International Youth Arts Festival.

This couple teamed together make for a very interesting musical duo and their sound is so catchy and makes for interesting listening. They both plan to continue busking and are hoping to secure some small acoustic sets around Brighton which I for one am looking forward to. They are a fresh sound for 2016 and definitely shine when it comes to individuality I wish them all the luck with pursuing their dream for a career in music.

Charlie’s website which is coming soon is:

The Cabineers website is:

-- Jess

"...a group of musicians that are passed by every day..."