‘Good Habits’ Folk Duo
Arts Alive are bringing award-winning folk duo, Good Habits, to Cawley Hall, Eye on Sunday 18 December.
Mixing vivid storytelling with eclectic sounds, singer-cellist Bonnie Schwarz and Shrewsbury man Pete Shaw on accordion. They draw on diverse musical tastes and weave them into an action-packed narrative of folky goodness. After touring New Zealand, they’ve returned to spread their joyous music throughout the UK.
And joyous it is! Turning heads across the globe, their unique sound and brand of brisk instrumental virtuosity, once reviewed as a duo with the sound of a five piece, is far larger and more diverse than you might expect. Their creative arrangements and lyrics produce folk music with something for everyone.
Winners of the Purbeck Rising Folk Award 2020, this young duo have performed at Manchester Folk Festival, Bristol Folk Festival, Shrewsbury Folk Festival, Kendal Calling and the prestigious Cecil Sharp House.
This is a rare opportunity to experience the power of alternative folk music, in the company of two fantastic artists whose musical skills and connection produce amazing pieces, timed to perfection. Don’t miss it!
Arts Alive is the rural touring scheme for Shropshire and Herefordshire, bringing a full range of professional performances – theatre, music, dance, comedy, and children’s shows – to village halls and other community venues throughout the two counties. www.artsalive.co.uk
Fees & Tickets
Adult: £12.00 Child: £6.00 Family: £30.00
Event LocationCawley Hall, Eye Near Leominster, HR6 0DS
Organiser: Arts Alive