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Katy Rose Bennett - Songs of the River Rea (2016)

25-04-2016, 18:15
Country | Pop | Folk

Title: Songs of the River Rea
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: Katy Rose Bennett
Genre: Folk, Americana, Singer-Songwriter
Quality: Mp3/320
Total Time: 38:48
Total Size: 100 mb


1. Cold November Day
2. Counting Kettles
3. Jack & Ivy
4. One Day
5. Soul in the Soil
6. Rusted Ring
7. Fried Green Tomatoes
8. We'll Keep Trying
9. Driving Home
10. One More Time
11. My Friend

As a solo artist, Katy has been a BBC Young Folk Award Finalist and has performed across the UK supporting acts including Willy Mason, Karine Polwart and The Staves. She was a founding member and songwriter of the Birmingham all-female, world-folk group, Little Sister.
Katy has recently finished her fourth solo album (Songs of the River Rea) recorded with her brother Joe Bennett (of Dreaming Spires, Goldrush and Co-Pilgrim). This new
album is a collection of songs which tell stories of life in the UK’s second city – songs on the themes of connection, love, loss, memory, and family. The style moves from the acoustic folk of songs like Cold November Day, through the samba-infused pop of One Day, from the old-time country feel of Driving Home to the slow-burning, Americana sound of Jack and Ivy and the gospel-inspired My Friend.
Alongside Katy and Joe, the album features a fine band of players including Phill Ward, Hannah Rhodes, Mike Monaghan, C. j. Hillman and Robin Bennett. It is due for release in April 2016 and will be accompanied by a short tour across the UK taking in intimate acoustic venues and festivals in Spring and Summer 2016.
As well as writing, recording and performing, Katy works as a music therapist and runs community choirs in Birmingham.

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