24 March 2015

'I'm With Her': new single, new video, new Belfast show

On 16 December the BIB carried the news that Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O'Donovan will be playing in Ireland at the beginning of May as part of their 'I'm With Her' tour. The tour schedule at present opens in Sweden on 18 April, with seven dates in Britain before they come to Ireland.

Thanks to Bluegrass Today for this feature on the trio's latest record release - a vinyl single, combining the John Hiatt song 'Crossing muddy waters' with the Andy Stroud song 'Be my husband'. There's a video of them recording the Hiatt song (also on Vevo) with a very pleasant old-time treatment. The Stroud song is sung a cappella.

There is also a new date on the schedule - on Friday 1 May, the trio will be playing in St George's church, Belfast, as part of the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival (30 Apr.-10 May) in association with the Real Music Club. Doors open at 7.45 p.m. for an 8.00 p.m. start, and tickets are £12.00; seating is unreserved. The full blurb on the Festival's online booking page ends with:

Three exquisite talents in one room, there may not be a better gig in Belfast this year.

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