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Carrivicks/Pilgrim's Way Leics 4 Oct

GUEST,JeremyRS 27 Sep 12 - 05:34 AM
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Subject: Carrivicks/Pilgrim's Way Leics 4 Oct
From: GUEST,JeremyRS
Date: 27 Sep 12 - 05:34 AM

On Thursday 4th October there's a special double bill at The Musician in Leicester featuring Pilgrim's Way and The Carrivick Sisters.

Led by the driving fiddle of Tom Kitching, Pilgrim's Way were nominated for the Horizon award at this year's BBC Folk Awards. Taking their name from the Kipling poem (and the Peter Bellamy version of it) they are one of the hardest working bands on the circuit and their numerous festival and club appearances have been attracting praise from Mike Harding ("the real deal"), Bright Young Folk ("fine gimmick-free folk") and Spiral Earth ("they walk the line between trad conformity and ripping up the rule book deceptively easily") amongst others.

Here they are doing "Tarry Trousers" as one of the famous Songs From The Shed sessions.

Headlining will be Devon's Carrivick sisters who play a unique blend of bluegrass and folk. Despite only being in their early twenties they've released four albums, won Duo Of The Year at the Fatea awards, been finalists in the BBC Young Folk Awards, been described as "the pick of the crop" by the Daily Telegraph and had four star reviews from Q and Rock'n'Reel to name but two.

They too have done a Shed session, and this is their version of John Hartford's classic "In Tall Buildings".

Tickets are £9 from The Musician or wegottickets


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