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Night of the Artisans returns for it's annual Christmas celebration in this wonderful 12th Century Church in the heart of Cambridge. Expect a beautiful evening of acoustic music in surroundings like no where else in Cambridge a perfect way to start your Christmas.
Playing for your listening pleasure will be.......................
Tom Copson - www.tomcopson.com
Armed with a an incredible four-octave range and a sense of humour, as well as a guitar and omnichord, it's no surprise that Tom's performance style, as well as his songwriting ability, has led him to prestigious stages (Cambridge Folk Festival, Hop Farm, Proud Galleries Camden), famous fans (Tom Robinson, Seasick Steve, Ezio) and, in 2012, the release of his debut album 'Woven'.
The album's lead single, carpe diem anthem 'Afraid To Fall' has already enjoyed airplay on BBC 6 Music, with Tom Robinson enthusing, "Wonderful stuff! I can't wait for the album!"
The Willows -http://www.thewillowsband.co.uk/
The Willows are a folk roots family band from Cambridge. Fronted by the breathtaking voice of Jade Rhiannon, supported by rich vocal harmonies and sensitive acoustic musicianship the band draw inspiration from the Americana and British folk traditions in equal quantity. Debut album Beneath Our Humble Soil was released in February 2013, and has been championed by the likes of Mike Harding and Bob Harris.
Robinson - http://www.robinsonsmusic.com
Back by popular demand after a fantastic appearance at our regular night at CB2. Robinson, a multi-instrumentalist hailing from Worcester, delivers his songs in the form of a story, using music drenched in melody and harmony.
Daisy Bell - http://www.daisybellmusic.com
Daisy Bell is a 17 year old Singer/Songwriter from Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire.
Having written songs on her guitar from an early age, she won the open mic competition at The 2012 Southwell Folk Festival at the age of 16 and was awarded one of the main stages and a slot in the festival's 2013 line up.
In the same year Daisy also won one of the joint places in the Young Musician's Hub band competition at the 2012 Cambridge Folk Festival where she also played slots at The Club Tent and The Den in solo capacity.
She sings regularly in venues around East Anglia and London (including The Bedford) in her own unique style. Her voice has a mature, mellow timbre that suits the distinctive quality of her heart rending songs.