Razor Bill, the very popular Pembrokeshire folk and acoustic band, started out six years ago with four members. Since then the line-up has fluctuated between four or five, with various permutations of instruments and voices.

It did once reach six – for the Fishguard Folk Festival in August when all six band members from the past few years played and sang for an audience that sang, clapped and danced the evening away.

And while the core of the band is now steadily back at four, Razor Bill returns to that all-time high of six for a very special one-off in Tenby.

On Friday October 18, Tenby & District Arts Club are hosting Razor Bill in St Johns' Church schoolroom (opposite the Post Office) at 7.30pm. They’re making it an open event so anyone and everyone is welcome – tickets are just £5 at the door.

Helen is coming in with her fiddle and Pete is travelling about a hundred miles to be here with his concertina and guitar. Add them to the core members – Philippa on fiddle and cello, Matt (accordion, banjo, guitar), Sean (bass and guitar) and Graham (vocals, bodhran, whistles and harmonicas) and you have the dream line-up.

As Pete said: "It’s going to be a real treat being back with these guys. We’ve played so much together that it’s almost second nature – we just seem to know how to blend together to make the music come alive. And we’ve proved over the years that having fun is contagious. If we’re enjoying it, the audience does too."

Razor Bill are at www.razorbill.co and the Facebook page is Razorbillband.