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‘Outliers’ – Boo Hewerdine and Jenny Sturgeon At Wadsworth Community Centre

February 10 @ 7:45 pm GMT


Created between their homes in Glasgow and Shetland during 2020/21, Outliers came to signify an outlet which renowned songwriters Boo Hewerdine and Jenny Sturgeon would never have had the chance to explore otherwise. Meeting up online for an hour every week gave them an opportunity to write songs in a way they’d not done before. Recording at home and sending melodies, sounds, ideas to each other provided the space and time to experiment outside of a usual studio setting. The evolution and method of creating this music led them to settle on the name Outliers.

Outliers will be joined on stage by multi-instrumentalist Grant Anderson. The first half of the gig features songs from Boo and Jenny’s back catalogue. In the second half, Boo, Jenny and Grant will perform new music from the album ‘Outliers’, due for release in Autumn 2023 on Hudson Records.

Boo Hewerdine – vocals, guitars
Jenny Sturgeon – vocals, keys, synth, guitar, samples
Grant Anderson – vocals, bass guitar, synth, samples

“Jenny Sturgeon is a singer-songwriter who brings together the old and new with a rare skill” – RnR Magazine.
“Musically superb” – Shire Folk
“Inspired and thoroughly engaging”– Folk Radio UK


February 10
7:45 pm GMT
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Wadsworth Community Centre
Billy Lane, Old Town
Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire HX7 8RY United Kingdom
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