The first Folk Roots@94 of the new year features an outstanding new trio, with two former members of Jez Lowe’s Bad Pennies in Kate Bramley and Simon Haworth, along with East Yorkshire’s sweetest songstress Edwina Hayes.
Born from musical interests in both British folk, transatlantic connections, to new country and americana, the trio is fast gaining a reputation across the UK folk scene, with their original songs and close harmonies accompanied by guitars, bass, mandolin and fiddle.
From toe tapping folk to haunting ballads, they have toured worldwide as independent musicians but obviously have an infectious enjoyment for this new collaboration, that is guaranteed to leave audiences with a smile on their faces.
Kardomah94 is a unique city centre venue boasting good food and regional culture. Launched in 2015, it features a restaurant serving quality pizza, salads and sharers and an intimate exhibition-come-theatre space. With a jam-packed monthly calendar of events, from spoken word to film, theatre, comedy, photography and live music, this is the place to catch the best regional talent.