Kate Dimbleby and Keith Warmington with Clare Lindley : Smile til it hurts

A wonderful pairing of internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter Kate Dimbleby and harmonica virtuoso Keith Warmington on harmonica, guitar & vocals joined by Clare Lindley on violin & vocals.

Bringing together a touch of Americana & Blues with a British sense of humour, Kate and Keith cover an eclectic mix of songs by John Prine, Kirsty MacColl and Richard Thompson alongside classic originals.
Kate has released 6 solo albums, produced 6 international theatrical shows and appeared regularly on national radio. Intimate and unique, her sixth album, Songbirds, released in 2017, features 10 original songs recorded acapella, layering her voice instead of using instruments, with techniques inspired by learning with Bobby McFerrin in New York. She recently returned from a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival with her show Sing Happy which is touring the UK.
BBC Radio Bristol presenter Keith Warmington is soulful singer of blues, guitarist and virtuoso harmonica player and has played with all sorts of artists from Dr John to John Martyn. One of his old bands, The Parole Brothers, where he worked alongside Steve Payne, was a major force on the music scene in the 1980's and made Keith a veritable legend on the circuit.
The combination of these two charismatic performers guarantees an uplifting evening - songs to make you laugh, cry and have you humming out the door. The duo are excited to be joined by Clare Lindley on violin, ukelele & vocals.

"Stunning vocal virtuosity. An artist absolutely at the top of her game." - Tom Robinson, Radio 6 Music

"Artist of the Week" - Clive Davis in the Sunday Times

"Keith Warmington is a virtuoso on the harmonica with a laid back attitude that advertises his years of experience as he strums the guitar and sings us into a place we know, familiar even on first hearing." - WestonSuperMum

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Run Time: 120 minutes

Rating: LIVE


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