Sunday, 7th April 2019
Doors open 7.00pm
Music starts 7.30pm Tickets £14
We are delighted to present, after a four year gap, the incredibly popular vocalist Louise Clare Marshall with her all star band, The Brethren.
Born in Oldham, Louise won a scholarship to The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, studying voice and piano. Since this time, she has established herself as one of the very best vocalists around and as a result has worked with Beverley Knight, Michael Ball, Marti Pellow, Robbie Williams, Bryan Ferry, Van Morrison, Madeline Bell, Paul Young, Solomon Burke, Karl Jenkins, John Rutter and, of course, one of the main vocalists with the Jools Holland Orchestra. Whether performing on tour with Jools Holland or Roxy Music, playing piano or singing Aretha Franklin’s The Great American Songbook, Louise’s sonic skills span across genres: Jazz, Pop, R&B or Gospel music with her acclaimed voice widely admired by the critics and public alike. Don’t miss this performance with Louise Clare Marshall who will be accompanied by her ‘Brethren’ on piano, guitar, bass and drums and percussion.