Roddy Hart Edinburgh Festival Fringe27th July, 2016

Roddy Hart & the Lonesome Fire will be joining Honeyblood for a show at the Queens Hall in Edinburgh as part of their Festival Fringe programme on the 16th August.

A band defiantly in the classic mould, Roddy Hart & The Lonesome Fire have been lauded for their compelling and darkly anthemic sound. Led by Hart’s distinctive voice and songwriting, the band create a vivid sonic landscape that has seen them perform across the UK and US. After their return from South By Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, 2015 saw the band hunkered down in their studio in Glasgow working on their new album, Swithering with legendary Scottish producer Paul Savage (Admiral Fallow, Mogwai, Emma Pollock) which is due for release later this year.

Tickets available now from http://www.thequeenshall.net/whats-on/shows/roddy-hart-the-lonesome-fire-2016

 

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Rachel Sermanni’s show in the “Wooden Womb”27th July, 2016

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The Evening Times have given Rachel Sermanni’s show with Flo Morrissey and Billie Marten at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse a 4 star review.

You don’t often get to see a concert in the replica Jacobean theatre adjacent to Shakespeare’s Globe, a fact appreciated by the three singer-song
writers who graced the small stage this evening. “This is all rather lovely,” whispered Billie Marten. Headliner Rachel Sermanni likened the space to a “wooden womb”.

Marten, Sermanni and Flo Morrissey were appearing as part of the Wonder Women series of all-female shows, curated by presenter Lauren Laverne and promoted by her website for women, The Pool. Ireland’s Camille O’Sullivan and Brooklyn musician Becca Stevens have already appeared, and to wrap things up next month, Róisín Murphy will become the first modern star to perform in the Globe itself.

Read the full review here: http://www.standard.co.uk/goingout/music/flo-morrissey-billie-marten-and-rachel-sermanni-at-sam-wanamaker-playhouse-a3304791.html

Rachel Sermanni #WONDERWOMAN4th May, 2016

Rachel Sermanni is due to join Flo Morrissey & Billie Marten for a special performance at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in London on the 25th July.

Buy tickets here: http://www.shakespearesglobe.com/theatre/whats-on/sam-wanamaker-playhouse/morrissey-marten-sermanni-2016

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Three young British vocalists flood our candlelit stage with a mixed line-up of mellow, acoustic sounds.

Flo Morrissey’s voice and song-writing possess a timelessness and otherworldly quality that calls to mind the work of Karen Dalton, Jackson C Frank or Joanna Newsom, marking her out as a distinct and remarkable talent.

Sixteen-year-old Billie Marten from North Yorkshire has been writing music since the age of nine, creating enchanting tracks with profound lyrics and pure, fragile vocals.

Rachel Sermanni, the ‘folk-noir’ balladeer from the Scottish Highlands, fuses traditional folk influences with grunge and gritty guitar.
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Rachel Sermanni on BBC Radio 41st February, 2016

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Rachel Sermanni was joined by singer This is the Kit for the BBC Radio 4 Loose Ends session. Listen to a clip of Rachel singing her single ‘Banks Are Broken’ here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p03gyxjj

For full episode, listen again on BBC iPlayer here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06z0yby

Roddy Hart to play Robert Burns Festival13th January, 2016

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The first-ever Robert Burns Humanitarian Award concert and a fire garden are two of the highlights of this year’s Alloway 1759 celebrations.

The festival is a commemoration of the birthplace and life of the poet and forms part of the year-round Burns an’ a’ that! Festival.

It starts on January 21 when the concert takes place at the Brig o’Doon Hotel in Ayr.
A limited number of tickets are available for the event, which will be compered by actress Libby McArthur and features Roddy Hart and the Lonesome Fire.

 

 

The festival lasts until January 25 and there are some taster events taking place the weekend before.

There is also a Victorian-themed fire garden called Burns Aflame.

Read full article and find out further information here: http://www.eveningtimes.co.uk/news/14194781.Robert_Burns_festival_will_get_underway_this_month_in_Ayrshire/