Tuesday 11 October 2011

Sarah McQuaid tour:

Oct 29 Truro: Hall for Cornwall Platform Performances
Nov 2 Spalding Folk Club
Nov 3 Hoghton: Gregson Lane Folk Club
Nov 4 Chagford: Ring O’Bells
Nov 5 Torquay: The Blue Walnut Cafe
Nov 6 Lydney: Forest Folk Club
Nov 8 Chichester Folk Song Club
Nov 9 Rochester: Wednesday Folk at the Man of Kent Alehouse
Nov 11 Rotherham: The Rock at Maltby
Nov 12 Wakefield: The Acoustic Cabaret
Nov 15 Edinburgh: Leith Folk Club
Nov 16 Haddington Folk Club
Nov 18 Kilmarnock: Palace Theatre Music Cafe
Nov 20 Ivybridge: Folk On The Moor
Nov 22 Leigh-on-Sea: Hoy at Anchor Folk Club
Nov 23 Farncombe: The Farncombe Cavern
Nov 24 Barnard Castle Folk Club
Nov 25 Keighley: West Lane Baptist Church
Nov 26 Black Dog Village Hall
Nov 27 Totnes FM Studio Lounge
Nov 28 Bridgend World Roots
Dec 1 Colebrooke Village Hall
Dec 2 Manaton Village Hall
Dec 3 Peter Tavy Village Hall


"Brilliant musicianship, a warm and welcoming stage presence and a voice as rich, matured and knowing as the finest thrice-distilled Irish malt whiskey." -- Geoff Wallis, fRoots

"Sparkling guitar and compelling alto voice ... reminiscent of Pentangle’s best efforts ... a gentle and magical recording that I will return to time and again." -- Tom Druckenmiller, Sing Out!

"Likely to make the hairs stand up on the back of your neck." -- Aled Jones, BBC Radio 2

"Folk music as it should be sung -- warm, gentle and real." -- Alf McCarthy, Late Date, RTE Radio 1

"An unreserved thumbs-up. Captivating performance, great songs, playing and singing. Sarah was also totally professional, charming and low maintenance. What more could you ask for?" -- Gerry Evans, TwickFolk, London

"She sings with so much beauty – and with utmost respect for the folklore behind each song and ballad." -- Gene Shay, WXPN, Philadelphia

"A must for everyone who loves a CD you can put on again and again, and never tire of it." -- Roz Larman, FolkScene, Los Angeles

"Pure magic!! We are running our folkclub for 16 years now but I never experienced such a thrilling interaction between artist and audience." -- Piet Snellen, De Fookhook, Netherlands

"Quietly expressive and supremely affecting performances ... Not a weak link anywhere in earshot ... This is a truly lovely record." -- NetRhythms


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