Sheesham and Lotus & 'Son

Sunday 13th August - 7.30pm

The end of the twentieth century saw the formation of Sheesham and Lotus, a simple musical duo whose main concern was to revive fiddle music and good-time songs of years past.

In the years following, they have become one of the most popular Old-time Roots acts in North America. Noted for their highly original presentation, Sheesham and Lotus and 'Son have created a sonic and visual language that is very much their own, utilizing instruments of their own creation such as the Sepia-phonic Monophone, and the Contrabass HarmoniPhoneum. Such inventions have been instrumental in building a show that is vividly antique in both sight and sound, along with their excellent musicianship, setting them apart as true innovators of their craft.

In 2012 Sheesham and Lotus and 'Son recorded the critically acclaimed "1929". The record was quickly nominated for a Canadian Folk Music Award in the category of "Best Traditional Album". The latest recording "The High Stepping Music of Sheesham and Lotus and 'Son" is garnering praise in the UK, and will soon to be released in North America.

Doors open at 6.45pm


All tickets: TBC.

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