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Bio: A multi-layered musical voyage through tales of joy, passion and regret, delivered with haunting, goose bumps on the neck vocals.More Info
Saturday 31st May 2014 @ 7 30pm THE OUTSIDE TRACK (www.theoutsidetrack.com) At Grayshott Village Hall, Headley Road, GRAYSHOTT GU26 6TZ Since taking Grayshott Village Hall by storm in April 2013, The Outside Track have played their brand of lively Celtic music to audiences in Australia, North America and Northern Europe. Now they return to grace the stage at Grayshott Village Hall once again. During their spell away, they were nominated for a Scots Trad. Award 2013 for Live Act of the Year, whilst at the same event, their Harpist and Leader, Ailie Robertson was nominated for the Composer of the Year Award. These guys are all virtuoso players who make a wonderful sound together. The variety and skill of their playing is breathtaking and they travel the world as international ambassadors of Celtic Folk music. Aofie Scott (daughter of Frances Black, niece of Mary Black), is a new member of the band and adds her wonderful singing voice to the music. She also helps out on Whistle and Bodhran. Mairi Rankin, from Canada, plays Fiddle and performs Step dance. Canadian Fiona Black is a wonderful Accordion player and Cillan O’Dalaigh (the lone feller) completes the line up on Guitar, Vocals and Step dance. Be prepared to be amazed…... … This band of musicians is very special and if you missed them last time around, be sure to join us tonight. Support: Cate Ferris. Cate came up from Brighton and made a big impression on our audience when she played with The Little Unsaid last year. She too is very special. Adult Tickets £12, Children Under 16, £6. Call Des O’Byrne on 01428 607096
A transfixing multi-layered musical voyage delivered with haunting, 'goose-bumps-on-the-neck' vocals. Brighton based singer/songwriter CATE FERRIS is currently captivating audiences across the UK with her solo project, performing her amazing songs sung with an incredible voice. Folk and dark soul lie at the heart of her sound, and the largely acoustic instrumentation is tinged by hard hitting lyrics and intricate harmonies. Tipped by David Rodigan in the Independent as one of the best new up and coming artists, this past year has seen her work featured on BBC1 Xtra and her voice on prime-time television. A second EP is on the way and will be hitting the world in Spring 2014. “We fell in love” - BBC Southern Counties "While it would be easy to label Cate Ferris as just another singer/songwriter, this would be selling her short as the ingeniously crafted sonic jewels she embellishes her songs with clearly testify. Armed with a simple musical arsenal that includes guitar, flute and keyboard, Ferris is also not averse to using old school technology in her performance such as a cassette recorder, megaphone and a charity shop found electronic FX box. To this set-up she also adds samples of her own live playing and vocals, steadily building up intricate layers of rhythm, reverb and electronic chorusing that creates the illusion of an imaginary band echoing behind her. With the pressing down of a foot pedal, however, the spell is immediately broken, before yet another entrancing song is pulled out from her seemingly bulging songbook. Ferris’s special talent is partly in the tradition of such noble singer/songwriters as Kevin Ayers and John Martyn – while still retaining her own unique vision that is bristling with humanity and bold invention." ******* Shadrack Tye “ I look forward to hearing some more of their stuff because it’s different and very, very interesting…..like it very much ……” (Mike Harding- Folk Show) Shadrack Tye are all members of the same family based in South London. Though they obviously know each other quite well they hadn't thought of making music together until several years ago when they had a bit of an epiphany. It proved to be an extraordinarily creative experience and a surprising amount of fun......... Named after Tina's maternal grandfather, they perform folk arrangements and original songs bringing to both a multitude of musical influences.Tina (vocals/violin/recorder) and Paul (violin/vocals/mandolin/English concertina) have had long careers playing for top London orchestras and as music educationalists, while Sam (guitar/vocals) also sings with vocal jazz harmony group Vive, recently featured on both BBC television and radio. ******** Jacob de Berker Jacob has been london based for a year now and trawled his way through most of the post codes of north and east london and currently residing on a boat. Inspired by the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Iron & Wine and Gillian Welch he writes lyrically intricate and honest musings on every aspect of life accompanied by either guitar or banjo.
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