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Angeline Morrison at the Redruth Drapery

October 22 @ 7:30 pm BST

Angeline Morrison sits in a Victorian parlour supping tea.

This event is part of Lowender Peran, a celebration of Cornwall’s distinctive culture and its Celtic connections.

Angeline Morrison is a vocalist, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and Morris dancer based in Cornwall, who believes in the inherent beauty of sad songs. Angeline’s homespun sonic aesthetic, deeply emotive writing and layered vocal harmonies are all stitched together to make small, tender, often dark stories in song. This Black History Month sees the release of Angeline’s new album “The Sorrow Songs: Folk Songs of Black British Experience”. The UK’s historic Black presence is evidenced but not well known, and difficult to find in the UK’s existing body of folk songs. This album is the result of research into the historic Black population of these islands. It is a work of re-storying, of lives and of experiences, into songs in the folk style. The Sorrow Songs band are: Cohen Braithwaite-Kilcoyne (anglo concertina, vocals), Hamilton Gross (violin, vocals), Clarke Camilleri (banjo, guitar, vocals), and Angeline Morrison (vocals, autoharp).

Support is Kezia. For several years Kezia was a regular on the Cornish songwriter circuit and played many shows nationally and internationally before taking some time away from music to travel and grow and give herself time to fall in love with songwriting again. She has recently moved back to Cornwall and is working on a couple of new creative projects so watch this space!


October 22
7:30 pm BST
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The Redruth Drapery
4 W End
Redruth, Cornwall TR15 2RZ United Kingdom
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