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Event Date and Time
Sat 13 April
7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

Tutbury Village Hall



Lady Maisery in Concert

“There’s no escaping the mesmerising brilliance of this album …a certain contender for this year’s best-of list… the three voices work (and weave) extraordinarily well together.. that’s communicated right to the listener” Reviews of Lady Maisery’s debut albumladymaisery

This female trio of talented multi-instrumentalists has blazed onto the scene with scorching vocal and musical harmonies. Don’t miss the foot-flying clog dancing in their fresh take on traditional music.

This young vocal and instrumental trio have blazed onto the scene in the last year. Forged from the voices of Hannah James (Kerfuffle, Hell Said the Duchess, The Demon Barbers), Hazel Askew (The Askew Sisters) and Rowan Rheingans (Fidola), Lady Maisery bring fresh interpretations of traditional songs and ballads.

Between them they enchant with lovely rich harmonies and they play accordion, harp, banjo, concertina, fiddle, the ban-sitar (a banjo/sitar)…oh and did we mention the clog dancing? You’ll want front row seats for that fancy footwork!

Lady Maisery are also one of the first UK groups to explore the tradition of ‘diddling’ or tune singing, which has nearly died out in England, but is still prevalent in Scandinavia and other parts of Europe. Whether singing unaccompanied, or with backing from their combined instrumental talents, be prepared to be delighted by rich harmonies and sumptuous clashes.

Pipped at the post for the Most Promising New Act in the 2012 BBC Folk Awards and with their first album getting the kind of reviews one could only dream of, Lady Maisery are on track for great things. Don’t miss them at your local venue!

at Tutbury Village Hall

Saturday 13th April

7.30 pm

Tickets available from 01283 812248 and on the door

Adult £8  Senior citizen  £7  Student  £6

Event Tags: Live Music, Tutbury