On Friday 30 August at 8 pm the featured artists at the Semitone Studios live music event are Cobalt Tales. Following their set we will as usual have an open mic.
Admission free but contributions towards costs are welcome.
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Cobalt Tales launched their debut album in May having recorded 'Ever Changing Blue' at the Yellow Arch Studios in Nuala's home town of Sheffield. They have toured the U.K. taking their show as far north as the west coast Highlands of Scotland and have played several festivals including Todmorden Folk Festival (supporting Martin Simpson), Hebden Bridge Folk and Roots Festival, P.A.C. Weekender Festival, C.M.V Downham, Coppull Folk Festival, The Eden Festival and Bickerstock.
Pat and Nuala bring a range of songs and stories to the stage in their own style with hints of Janis to Jagger via the Indigo Girls. Powerful vocals complimented with engaging harmonies, acoustic and bass guitars, whistles, clarinet and harmonica, Cobalt Tales deliver music from the heart that stirs the soul.
"Harmonies are gorgeous, super soft and lovely singing. Well done!" - Edwina Hayes singer songwriter.
"Homespun humour and great tunes. Cobalt Tales are people-people, people! The breadth of styles is unexpected too. Loving the album, 'Ever Changing Blue' sets up a relaxed mood to be savoured" - Paul Quinn, founder and lead guitarist of Saxon.