The Black Feathers
The Square Tower
Hants PO1 2JE
Tickets £10 in advance, £12 on the door (if not sold out).
One of our exclusive “House Concert” series, held in the upstairs room of the Square Tower, limited to 32 people only, completely acoustic, up close and personal – hear the music as it was originally conceived. An amazing way to hear some amazing music!
Doors Open 7.00pm.
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Box Office 02392 382888 or send a cheque for the required amount of tickets (made payable to Ken Brown), along with a SAE to our address.
Physical tickets can also be obtained in store at Pie & Vinyl in Castle Road, Southsea or Southsea Gallery in Albert Road, Southsea.
The Black Feathers
Back by popular demand! This wonderful duo supported The Jigantics at our recent Xmas show, and such was the reaction to their short set that we were inundated by requests to get them back as soon as possible for a full length show – so here we go!
The perfectly paired voices of Sian Chandler and Ray Hughes intertwine effortlessly to create a genre defying sound, combining elements of folk, roots, americana, and southern rock. The duo have been touring all over the UK for the past 2 years, winning over new fans of all ages everywhere they go – witness the ridiculously long queue for CD’s after their support slot with us as real proof of that!
They have performed at festivals all over the country, including the prestigious Cambridge Folk Festival, Stroud Folk Festival, and Maverick. They were awarded the 5 Valleys Folk Award in September of 2013, and the Folkstock Arts Foundation award for Best Live Performance in February the following year.
In May of 2014, they embarked on a 7 week tour in the US, including shows at Club Passim, Caffe Lena, the Red Clay Theatre, and a sell out show at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville.
2014 also saw the release of Strangers We Meet, the duo’s debut 5 track EP, garnering national airplay on BBC Radio2, as well as regional play across the country and warm reviews from the music press, including The Telegraph, fRoots Magazine, and Acoustic Magazine.
We know that those of you who saw them at Xmas will be keen to snap up tickets for this one, so we’d advise that you get your tickets quickly for this one before it sells out.
What The Critics Say…
“…stunning harmonies that were so good it reminded me of seeing Gillian Welch and David Rawlings.” (No Depression)
“…It is so rare an opening act rival the main performance but that is exactly what the seamless harmony singing Black Feathers achieved.” (Jumpin’ Hot Club)
“…their blend of English folk influences and Americana is a tasty concoction indeed.” (R2 Magazine)
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