THE fabulous Tuery Sessions at The Cross Keys in Alcester are back next Sunday, September 16, with another top line-up of original acoustic music from 6pm.
Katie Spencer, from Hull is a singer who just seems born to write and perform exquisite songs with confident, gentle assurance.
Her progressive folk music, like all good folk, is inspired by the people and her surroundings in the Yorkshire countryside.
Fans include Ralph McTell of ‘Streets of London’ fame who said: “Katie’s guitar playing has echoes of my dear friend the late great Bert Jansch.
“Like a musical weaver she threads her poetic lyrics through the guitar’s strings and produces little tapestries of song.”
Also playing on the evening will be talented singer-songwriter Joe Bayliss from Stafford.
Influenced by the music of Nick Drake, Scott Matthews, John Martyn and Bon Iver, to name a few, he crafts easy, relaxing songs backed by fine musicianship.
Plus of course there will be the famous Tuery Sessions raffle and the jam session to finish.