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Music

NINEBARROW

Saturday 25 January 2020

The multi-award winning duo, otherwise known as Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere, perform 

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Bar opens 7:00 P.M.
Starts 8:00 P.M.
Advance £14.00
On the door £16.50

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Tickets available in person from Lyme Regis and Bridport Tourist Information centres and over the phone on 01297 442138.

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The multi-award winning duo, otherwise known as Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere, perform 

Ninebarrow are a multi-award-winning folk duo, who are impressing audiences across the country with their innovative and captivating take on the folk tradition. Described by Mark Radcliffe as sounding ‘like two halves of one voice’ and by Kate Rusby as ‘absolutely amazing’, Jon Whitley and Jay LaBouchardiere combine breath taking vocal harmonies and melodies, delivering original songs that are inspired and rooted in the landscape and history of the British Isles. As well as crafting unique and engaging original material, Ninebarrow also take a wide-range of traditional folk songs and rework them in their own, distinctive way.

In 2017, the duo were nominated at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for ‘Best Emerging Artist’.

Named after Nine Barrow Down in the Purbeck hills, their first release While the Blackthorn Burns was voted FATEA Magazine’s Best Debut Album of 2014, while their last album Releasing the Leaves (2016) saw a volley of critical acclaim including five-star reviews in Maverick and EDS Magazine as well as Best Duo nominations in the FATEA and Folking.com Awards.

Awarded 5-stars in both The Morning Star and the English Folk Dance & Song Society’s EDS Magazine, their latest album received airplay on BBC Radios 2, 3, 6 Music, Wales and Scotland. Folk luminary, Mike Harding, hailed it as ‘absolutely monumental’. In June 2018, the album reached Number 2 in Amazon’s folk chart.

It is the multi-award-winning duo’s modern and inventive take on the folk tradition that seems to be captivating audiences across the country.  Not only exceptional singers and musicians, they are also equally passionate about the stories behind their songs. A live session on BBC Radio 2’s Folk Show, described by presenter Mark Radcliffe as ’immaculate’, has lead to a string of sell-out shows across the UK.

‘Another example of how strong British folk music is at the moment.’ The Telegraph.