Acclaimed singer and songwriter Angie Palmer makes a welcome return to Garstang Unplugged tomorrow with Richard Curran on fiddle, mandolin and guitar.
Angie’s new CD Meanwhile as Night Falls ranges from bluegrass and rockabilly to simple ballads and although she hails from Lancashire, she makes records that sound like she grew up deep in the heart of America.
The new cd has been two years in the writing: Living on the edge of a forest the heart of rural France, Angie was drawn to the mystery of nightfall and all that it conceals. The result is a record strong on haunting lyrics and atmospherics and reminds us why her narrative song writing talent has won her comparisons with both Bob Dylan and Joni Mitchell.
Support is from favourite local singer songwriter, Alex Hulme. His CD – There Was a Boy – was released recently.
Garstang Unplugged meets at The Kenlis Arms, Ray Lane, Barnacre, Garstang.
The music starts at 8.30pm on Thursday. Tickets are £10 either through the website, on (01995) 602795 or on the door.