Also at Cambridge Junction this month are American band Hayseed Dixie, who are offering up a taste of their 15th studio album. Formed in 2000 in Nashville, Tennessee, their first album was entitled A Hillbilly Tribute to AC/DC, with their name being a linguistic play on the band. Along with reinterpretations of R&B and soul classics, the show promises original songs that challenge the status quo and perpetuates the band’s preference for their self-created genre ‘rockgrass’. Dance with them as they ask questions like: “Why does every song always sound better with a banjo in the mix?” Whether you love them, hate them, or have never heard of them (there isn’t really a middle ground), Hayseed Dixie continue to deliver music with a satirical, absurdist nature that’s bound to capture your attention. Catch them at 7pm on 28 March at Cambridge Junction. Tickets are £21.