Sat 06 November
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Tenderlore consists of Hayley McDonnell, Olly Lewis and Rob Kitney, together an Alternative Folk trio rich in harmony and lyrical intent.
The trio met whilst at university in Southampton as fellow singer/songwriters. Inspired by each other’s music they began to collaborate on each other’s songs and make their mark on the local music scene.
Recent gigs have seen Tenderlore supporting raucous folk rockers Mad Dog McCrea and 60s pop legends The Move. Inspired by the likes of Crosby, Stills and Nash, Simon & Garfunkel, Fleet Foxes and Laura Marling, Tenderlore’s sound is the amalgamation of three individual musical identities blending as one.
Their recently released second album Ty Crwn takes them a step beyond their trad-folk roots, and is drenched in glorious and distinctive jazz influenced harmonies. Rich in glissandos, intervals are fresh and contemporary, and whilst classic harmony driven rock bands of the 1970′ s (for example America and CSNY) are referenced, this is no mere tribute work, but a thing of its own.
+ SUPPORT FROM CAT ELIZA T
Cat Eliza T is a Southampton based singer-songwriter who tells dark and whimsical tales through songs of a folk/indie persuasion.
She has many strings to her bow, literally, as she plays Guitar, Ukulele and Viola. Constantly buying instruments (most recently a kazoo) she loves to wow audiences with her ever growing ‘multi-instrumentalism’. With a powerful voice to rival Streisand, she has been known to deafen fans on the front (and back) row. Her impressive vocal range, and strong stage presence set her apart from the rest.
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