Sunday 1 September 2013 at 7:30pm
567 Wilbraham Road, Manchester, M21 0AE, United Kingdom
Tel: 0161 860 6444
Courtney Marie Andrews
567 Wilbraham Road,
Date: Sunday 1st September 2013
Tickets: £3 on the door
I'm pleased to announce Seattle-based singer-songwriter Courtney Marie Andrews will be venturing across the ocean to Manchester, England on Sunday 1st September to play a show at Dulcimer in Chorlton.
For those of you who haven't yet had the pleasure of hearing Courtney play, head over to YouTube:
(or this Ryan Adams approved video:
Also on the bill I'm excited about the return of local musical enigma Christopher Eatough. Christopher writes and sings beautiful songs but has kept a low profile for the past year (or two?) - this gig will mark his comeback :)
Here's a video I shot of his In The City performance in 2010:
Dulcimer is a lovely bar, so come down on Sunday (1st Sept), have a few relaxed beers and enjoy some incredible talent
Courtney Marie Andrews:
Piccadilly Records review of Christopher Eatough's 2011 album:
"Christopher Eatough writes and performs songs. His heartbreaking perspective on life has led people compare him to Ryan Adams, Rufus Wainwright, Neil Young and Sufjan Stevens. Over the past two years Christopher has played alongside Neal Casal, Lisa Mitchell, William Fitzsimmons, Rox, Starsailor and Mark Morriss, along with many others whilst attempting to recreate the tender atmosphere of his live performances on record. "A Creak in the Cold", his debut album, is the result of these efforts.
In a world of music lined with acoustic troubadours from basement to bar and venue to vault, it takes something truly inspirational to stand out from the crowds. "A Creak in the Cold" is proof of Christopher Eatough’s startling talent and vindication of a voice that has been stirring up so many words of acclaim around the North West for the past year. This is a record that will speak to you and sooth you. This is a record that will soften the edges. This is a record for anyone who has a heart, no matter if it is barely beating through the aching weight upon your chest."
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