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‘Sweetest voice in England’ brings folky Americana to village hall gig

PUBLISHED: 13:16 29 January 2019 | UPDATED: 13:16 29 January 2019

Edwina Hayes will play at Sharrington Village Hall. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS

Edwina Hayes will play at Sharrington Village Hall. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS

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She has opened shows for Jools Holland and Van Morrison and performed everywhere from Glastonbury to the Royal Albert Hall.

Edwina Hayes will play at Sharrington Village Hall. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMSEdwina Hayes will play at Sharrington Village Hall. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS

And now singer/songwriter Edwina Hayes is headed to north Norfolk to play at Sharrington Village Hall’s next music night.

The 45-year old Yorkshire-based musician will perform gentle, folk-Americana songs from her album Pour Me A Drink, including her cover of Randy Newman’s Feels Like Home which was featured in the Cameron Diaz film My Sister’s Keeper and has since had more than eight million YouTube views. The album’s title track was covered by Nanci Griffith, who called Hayes “the sweetest voice in England”.

The supporting act will be another singer/songwriter, Carrie Martin, from Hull, who released the album Seductive Sky in 2017.

The show is on Saturday, March 9 at 7.30pm. Tickets are £10, email abrams.chris2@gmail.com to book or visit www.sharrington.org.uk for more. There is a licenced bar at the hall.

Carrie Martin will play at Sharrington Village Hall. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMSCarrie Martin will play at Sharrington Village Hall. Picture: SUPPLIED BY CHRIS ABRAMS


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