In the space of only a short few years and three stellar albums, Blue Rose Code, Edinburgh-born Ross Wilson, has gone from the obscurity of an East London flat to being celebrated as a legacy artist whose work stands alone, unsullied by the restrictions of trend.
A lusciously harmonious marriage of vintage Americana and classy original songwriting, The Bevvy Sisters’ sound centres on the spellbinding vocal chemistry between singers Heather Macleod, Gina Rae and Louise Murphy. Guitarist David Donnelly completes the core quartet.
Both artists will be joined by our community choir, Southern Fried Voices on a few songs. The choir is put together just for this project and is open to all adults and there is no audition. You can find further information at www.horsecross.co.uk/creative-learning/
Sat 28 Jul: 2pm
£17.50; concessions £15 (inc £1.50 booking fee per ticket)
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