HIGH-ENERGY seven-piece country folkies Police Dog Hogan (pictured) play at the Barrel House, Totnes tonight.
Playing songs from their excellent new album, From the Land of Miracles, they promise a night of foot-stomping fun.
The band is rapidly building a following having received rapturous receptions at festivals including Cornbury, Larmer Tree, Camp Bestival and Kendal Calling, and in sellout shows in London venues such as Bush Hall, The Troubadour and The 100 Club.
Music lovers looking for local links to songs should listen out for Fraserburgh Train, which is based on the story of Lord Lovat's piper on the D-Day beaches.
That piper was, of course, Bill Millin, who lived in Dawlish up until his death in 2010.