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Klee Acoustic Night on Saturday 12th October 2019
3 artists. Each perform a 30 minute set. Then two songs as a trio and a cover of each other's songs.
Rachael Jean Harris
Liverpool-born Rachael Jean Harris has devoted her life to the writing of songs. The vast majority have fallen into rich themes surrounding the lives of people on the raw edges of existence.
Musically, her key strength is to allow the story and melody to inform and dictate the flow and direction of her songs, allowing her to incorporate more complex harmony, rhythm and song-structure than is typically found in the singer-songwriter tradition in a way that feels natural and appropriate. This considered approach results in each song having a unique flavour, and defined personality.
Musical influences are predictably numerous but she credits those who have inspired her most as PJ Harvey, Jeff Buckley, Joni Mitchell, Suzanne Vega, Mahalia Jackson and the composers and songwriters of the Great American Songbook
Daisy Gill is a young 19 year old country/blues singer-songwriter from the heart of the city. She began her musical journey aged just 12 years old, performing at local festivals and any open mic that would have her. Since then she has developed into a young performer, going from strength to strength. Her distinctive vintage style is always eye-catching, demonstrating a flair and grace not only with her performance skills but with her sense of style. She is currently working on a Full Country EP, her main musical influence of the moment.
Purveyor of classic jazz, blues and vintage music of the finest quality.
Music Genres: Acoustic
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