Some of you may remember Josienne from the Bethnal Green Folk Day, and of course at the Queens Head on 14th March. Lovely singing from her and playing by her guitarist
This gig will be entirely without PA and is only £3! And there are three other acts...
Meeting Up- Will email my number to those attending.
If you listen to clips - check songs from album 'One Light Is Gone' on her website below... (imho these recordings don't quite do her justice - it's better live)....
Artist website:- http://www.josienneclarke.co.uk/
Venue website:- http://www.wearetbc.com/
The Seas are Deep is a 9-track album by duo Josienne Clarke and Ben Walker. The talents of Clarke (vocals, recorders) and Walker (instrumentals) combine well, with a real sense that they have a profound musical connection.
A real highlight is Ben Walker’s masterful guitar solo, The Seas Are Deep, full of subtle changes of pace and a compelling and engaging composition. Indeed, the album is driven by Walker’s sparse yet engaging instrumental backing to Clarke’s characterful vocals which have a rare clarity; this combination is particularly evident on Black is the Colour. Lily of the West features quality emotional storytelling with multi-layered vocals and a well-judged accompaniment from guitar and percussion.
As a well balanced duo with a subtle approach to their music, Clarke and Walker have produced an elegant and engaging album.Mike Hough
See you there!