WE’RE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE THIRD LIVE EVENT TO BE STAGED BY THE MOUTH MAGAZINE – AND WE’RE ABSOLUTELY DELIGHTED TO REVEAL THAT, ONCE AGAIN, THE HEADLINER WILL BE RACHEL SERMANNI.
Our SUNDAY SPECIAL will take place on Sunday 1st March at Café Indiependent, High Street, Scunthorpe. Rachel’s debut appearance at the Café, in November as headliner at our AUTUMN SPECIAL, was a truly magical occasion; intimate, warm and good-natured. Even hire car problems for Rachel’s touring party became happy parts of the evening, referred to during her between song banter. An ‘in session’ performance was filmed at the soundcheck and highlights of the gig itself, plus a new interview, were podcasted later (here). Rachel will spend most of 2015 travelling so, along with the fine folk at the Café, we’re delighted to have put together a show to see her on her way.
Rachel’s second album follows 2012’s debut UNDER MOUNTAINS and last year’s concert souvenir LIVE IN DAWSON CITY and the critically acclaimed single EVERYTHING CHANGES. Produced with Colin MacLeod in his studio on the Isle of Lewis, the ten track release features Louis Linklater Abbott on drums, Gordon Skene on bass and cello and Jennifer Austin on piano, organ, fiddle and vocals. The album will be released in April, and is titled TIED TO THE MOON. Two songs from it appear in the AUTUMN SPECIAL podcast. Pre-order TIED TO THE MOON here.
Doors of the SUNDAY SPECIAL open at 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start, and admission is £12.50. Support comes from Canadian songwriter Tom Terrell and local duo Duke & The Daisy. Tickets are available now at SeeTickets (here) for those living outside of Scunthorpe (North Lincolnshire) and surrounding areas. Physical tickets will be available at Café Indiependent itself in the near future, if you want to avoid booking fees. Click the poster for the SUNDAY SPECIAL (left) for further details.
Details of Saturday 31st January’s WINTER SPECIAL – with MARTIN STEPHENSON – here