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Kathryn Joseph plus support
Sat 18 March 2017, 20:00 – 22:30 GMT
Kathryn Joseph’s debut album – bones you have thrown me and blood I’ve spilled – carried her from being one of Scotland's best-kept secrets to winner of Scottish Album of the Year Award, within six months in 2015. An ethereal experience, her maiden record is lyrically compelling, sonically vivid and consistently moving.
The record also features the talents of Scottish music industry veteran Marcus Mackay: his percussion and bass synth entwine seamlessly with the graceful force of Kathryn’s ship’s piano and beguiling vocals. Their on-record partnership offers an understated but truly emotive encounter; rare performances on the live circuit are renowned for their visceral, mesmeric qualities.
"Opportunities to see such talented vocalists perform don’t come around often.” Anna Hinchcliffe, Metro
"Armed with a small piano and a percussive maestro, she showcased the record in a jaw- dropping live performance.”Nicola Meighan, BBC Introducing
“Kathryn Joseph has crafted one of the year's most raw, unflinching and remarkable records.” Tom Johnson, THE SKINNY
"One of my favourites of this year, for sure. Very special indeed."Lauren Laverne, BBC Radio 6 Music
“10 tracks make for one of the most emotionally raw records written by a Scottish songwriter.” Jonathan Rimmer, The National
This event is part of the GET IN Tour. Doors open at 7.30pm.
GET IN, The Touring Network’s year-long Youth promoter project, provides young people aged between 16-26, who live in the Highlands & Islands, with the training, knowledge and expertise required to programme the live events they want to see in their communities.
Find out more at www.thetouringnetwork.com/get-in