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Jon Cleave of Fisherman's Friends tells us the incredible story behind the folk group's rise to fame
A decade or so ago, the Cornish folk group Fisherman’s Friends were singing sea shanties in their local pub. But when a record producer saw them while on vacation, it launched them on a path to global success. The group's debut album went gold, they played the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee and two movies have been made about them. Now, a musical about their journey is getting its North American premiere in Canada. Jon Cleave of Fisherman's Friends sat down with Tom Power to tell us the incredible story of the group's rise to fame.