Louise in the limelight as Baldock puts focus on folk
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There’s another familiar face on the bill at next week’s Baldock & Letchworth Blues, Folk & Roots Club session.
Singer/songwriter Louise Jordan is no stranger to the Wednesday night gigs at the Orange Tree pub in Norton Road.
Fans say she pours honey into your ears and radiates charm, mixing hope with heartbreak through her acute observations of the everyday and the extraordinary.
Insiders say Louise creates music which is authentic and timeless, underpinned by an unassuming natural elegance which places simple honesty alongside bold imagination.
Self-accompanied on piano and guitar, she is every inch the quintessential independent artist – and with four recordings, nine UK tours and two forays into Europe already under her belt, she is just getting started.
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You can find out more about her career so far and her music at www.louisejordan.co.uk, but hear her play live next Wednesday, April 13, from 8.30pm.
Tickets are priced from £8 to £10 and you can find out more about what’s on a club’s calendar in the weeks ahead at www.madnanny.co.uk.
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Over at Hitchin Folk Club this week’s Sunday night visitors to The Sun Hotel provide a double-header of delights – rising young star Luke Jackson is on the bill, and so are Greg Russell and Ciaran Algar, another pair of performers who are young in years but very mature in talent.
As usual doors open at the Sun Street venue at 7.30pm and music should start at 8.15pm.
It’s £12 members and £14 for visitors, and you can find out what else is coming up at the club by visiting the website at www.hitchinfolkclub.co.uk.