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Friday, 13 April 2018
Jenny Sturgeon Trio - Touring Periods Available
\*\*\*New to the
Roster\*\*\* - JENNY STURGEON TRIO, touring periods available December 2018
& March 2019 plus festival slots Delighted to now be wor
to the Roster*** - JENNY STURGEON TRIO, touring periods available December 2018
& March 2019 plus festival
Delighted to now be working with the inspirational JENNY STURGEON.
Jenny's lyrics come from folklore, historical events and personal experience,
and having trained as a biologist her enthusiasm for nature creeps in to all her
work. Jenny plays in a trio with Jonny Hardie (Old Blind Dogs) and Charlie McKerron (Capercaillie, Session A9), and with Lauren MacColl and Ewan MacPherson in the critically acclaimed
band Salt House. In addition to touring,
Jenny is involved in several projects including working as a songwriting
workshop tutor and collaborating with Aberdeen based artist and fabric designer
Helen Ruth. 2018 heralds an exciting new collaborative music project Northern
Flyway with Inge Thomson (Da Fishin Hands, Karine Polwart, Urban Farm Hand).
Northern Flyway is a large scale 75 minute music and visual production inspired
by birds which will be touring the UK in 2018.
"Scot Jenny Sturgeon is as close to
an organic folksinger/songwriter as you can get. She absorbs the culture,
essence, stories and legends of her native region and manufactures them into
inspired songs and tunes which reflect much of the natural world around
"Jenny Sturgeon is a
singer-songwriter who brings together the old and new with a rare skill"- RnR Magazine
"A superb album - I love every
track"- Mike Harding talking about 'From
"The magical quality of Jenny’s
voice gives tangible feeling to the songs, the haunting lyrics range from the
darker sides of folklore and legend through historical narrative to observing
the human condition, the dreamlike, expressive and lingering melodies – together
the combination creates a whole that holds you in its embrace..."- FolkWords