FOLK duo Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage will commemorate the 60th anniversary of folk legend Woody Guthrie’s death at their gig at the Wiltshire Music Centre in October.

Tuesday, October 3 marks the 60th Anniversary of Woody Guthrie’s death, and Hannah Sanders and Ben Savage will mark his passing by launching their Way Over Yonder Tour.

As part of their 13-gig, UK tour, they will also be releasing their own version of one of Guthrie’s most loved songs.

Hannah said: “We have opened our sets for the last year on the road with Way Over Yonder in the Minor Key as a reminder of the footsteps we travel in” says Hannah “and because it sets the stage for what we sing for today – joy, irreverence, and an integrity of sound and feeling we feel is crucial to folk music right now.”

“It gives us a moment to reflect on his legacy. For all the itinerant folk musicians looking to lift the spirits of the listener, Woody’s music speaks loud.”

The duo are playing the show around a single vintage microphone, which is a craft heavy, intimate warm experience.

"We would love for people to leave our shows feeling uplifted. We have been told that we are a duo who look and sound classically timeless, yet feel refreshingly unique," Hannah added.

They are playing the Wiltshire music Centre on Sunday, October 8. Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are priced at £10 for adults and £5 for children. To book phone 01225 860100.