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9th November 2013

Price : €15.00 including booking fee

ADDRESS

The Workman's Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin

CONTACT

+35316706692
info@theworkmansclub.com

WEB

www.theworkmansclub.com

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Rachel Sermanni

Highland troubadour Rachel Sermanni has been casting spells across the country with her beautifully crafted folk-noir. The Scottish singer has supported Mumford & Sons, Michael Kiwanuka and Elvis Costello winning over audiences with her range of captivating ballads.

Guy Garvey has described Rachel’s voice as ‘quite astonishing’ and the Elbow frontman isn’t wrong. Rachel mixes up fast flowing poetical verses, rousing choruses and tender moments with ease.

 “As close to a perfect folk record your likely to hear this year”, says The Line of Best Fit .

“Folk Noir Gem - The Times

“Striking” - MOJO

“Folk of the highest order” - Time Out

“A pure Delight” - Sunday Mail

Ticket Information:

Tickets on sale Thursday May 16th priced €15 (including booking fee) from www.tickets.ie, www.ticketmaster.ie and outlets nationwide.

Rachel Sermanni

9th November 2013

Price : €15.00 including booking fee

ADDRESS

The Workman's Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Temple Bar, Dublin

CONTACT

+35316706692
info@theworkmansclub.com

WEB

www.theworkmansclub.com

Share

Highland troubadour Rachel Sermanni has been casting spells across the country with her beautifully crafted folk-noir. The Scottish singer has supported Mumford & Sons, Michael Kiwanuka and Elvis Costello winning over audiences with her range of captivating ballads.

Guy Garvey has described Rachel’s voice as ‘quite astonishing’ and the Elbow frontman isn’t wrong. Rachel mixes up fast flowing poetical verses, rousing choruses and tender moments with ease.

 “As close to a perfect folk record your likely to hear this year”, says The Line of Best Fit .

“Folk Noir Gem - The Times

“Striking” - MOJO

“Folk of the highest order” - Time Out

“A pure Delight” - Sunday Mail

Ticket Information:

Tickets on sale Thursday May 16th priced €15 (including booking fee) from www.tickets.ie, www.ticketmaster.ie and outlets nationwide.

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