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Interstella Duo
The Railway presents:

Interstellar Duo

date_range 10/09/2023 query_builder 7:30 pm home Platform 1 account_box 18+ local_play Adv: £8.00local_play Door: £10.00
Interstellar Duo are sisters Charlotte and Heather Sterland. They play original compositions influenced by folk, jazz and classical music.


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Interstellar Duo are sisters Charlotte and Heather Sterland.  They play original compositions influenced by folk, jazz and classical music.

Performing new vocal arrangements from their soundtrack album ‘Adventure 112,’ the duo create a folklorish stage atmosphere, with a show which is both charming and intriguing.

From desert safaris, to being pushed to their limits across dangerous moorlands, and surfing by the beach, their music speaks to all, and tales always contain something of the unexpected…

Finalists for UK Country Duo in 2022, their work has been described as “beautiful, haunting and delicate”, with precise vocal harmonies and instrumentals which produce an “ethereal” sound (Devizine magazine). ♫♪♪

Support comes from:

Simon Maggs: With lyrics influenced by likes of Billy Bragg, The Smiths, Frank Turner and I Am Kloot, Simon’s songwriting draws on the folk tradition of contemporary social themes, often with a kitchen-sink drama edge,  together with reflections on his northern upbringing. Joined tonight on violin by Chris Bluemel, a talented multi-instrumentalist and veteran of many Glastonbury festivals playing with ever popular band Seize the Day. ♫♪♪

Kathy Rhodes and Ken Bisson: Kathy Rhodes is a singer/songwriter. Armed with a guitar and a soft, trippy voice, Kathy presents folk originals, and occasionally some covers, filled with elegance, charm and uplifting, intimate, soothing moments of calm contrasting with dynamic bursts of emotion. Her songs have been described as “sublime” by the prolific French author/historian Dominique Lormier when he discovered her gigging in Bordeaux, where she lived and played for several years. She will be joined by Ken Bisson on the violin for this show. ♫♪♪

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