A RANGE of folk and acoustic styles will greet the audience at a gig in aid of the Welcome Place Cafe.

Popular local acts Foxes Faux, Felker and Caledonia Road will help raise cash to ensure the Keighley cafe continues providing low-cost food to disadvantaged people.

The gig, entitled the Sound Bites Sessions, will be in Central Hall on September 9.

Foxes Faux are an English folk rock band with a punk heart whose 2015 debut album Fox Tales was followed by a tour of Europe and the UK.

A spokesman said: “Their vibrant live show is something to witness in its naked, tawdry flesh.”

Acoustic duo Felka, made up of Rose Wheeler and Tanisha Badman, specialise in harmony-packed original songs mixing folk, soul and pop. They perform regularly in the Keighley and Haworth areas.

Caledonia Road is said to present the music of lyrical genius Frankie Anderson, from Keighley, in conjunction with lead guitarist Alex Waterman.

Tickets for the Sound Bites Sessions cost £5 in advance or £5 on the door. Local businesses have offered raffle prizes including a hairdo, meals for two and a tattoo voucher.

Visit eventbrite.co.uk, call 07821 414432 or visit Central Hall in Alice Street to buy tickets.