Spotlight on Buskers: Tinker’s Cuss

28 April, 2015

Old Bus Depot Markets Buskers - Tinker's Cuss trio performingAndrew Baird, Tim Field and Maynard Gold are Tinker’s Cuss. These guys are an acoustic folk trio driven by strong three part harmonies that you won’t often hear live.  Hailing from England, Wagga and Canberra, all three now call Canberra home and describe their style as folk with an edge.

Founded in 2012, the trio can often be found gigging around Canberra with regular performances at the markets and Canberra Yacht club among many other venues. Consisting of two guitars and a keyboard, the guys can often be found with an array of other instruments including mandolins, banjos and Irish pipes. Tinker’s Cuss also released their own CD late in 2014. Titled Same Sky, it’s a mix of originals and covers and is proving to be a popular seller at the markets.

You can catch Tinker’s Cuss next at the markets on Sunday 10 May from 11:30am onwards.

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