A Canadian folk trio will bring their UK tour to three Lancashire venues this October.

Red Moon Road are a Winnipeg folk trio known for spinning stories into songs and their stunning musicianship.

They will play at Borwick and Priest Hutton, before moving on to Burscough Wharf and Preston.

The three gigs form part of Spot On Lancashire’s autumn season of touring, taking professional arts events to rural venues and libraries across the county. The performances are supported by Folkus, the folk arts network of the north west.

Speaking ahead of the tour, Spot On’s Sue Robinson said: “We’re very excited to be able to bring another brilliant band across the pond from Canada, having had numerous artists touring from there in recent years. Red Moon Road offer a fantastic night’s entertainment and their performances are about much more than their superb musicianship.”

In a well-choreographed show, the trio incorporate three-part harmonies, a drum kit split between two band members and an acoustic guitar rigged to also be a bass.

Audiences can also expect to hear mandolin, lap steel, banjo and organ.

Red Moon Road will perform at Borwick and Priest Hutton Memorial Hall on Saturday October 15.