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Thursday, March 8th, 2018
7:30 PM
Pauline Alexander and Sandy Stanage are a duo whose song choices are driven by a belief that a good song is a good song regardless of 'genre'. Alongside original songs they perform their own interpretations of well-known classics, bringing to them something that makes you feel they were always theirs to begin with.

Pauline and Sandy spent many years on the folk circuit independently before eventually coming together at the end of 2016. Despite this relatively new musical partnership the duo have been steadily making a name for themselves and their song 'The Dreamer' was showcased by FATEA Magazine in 2017.

Sandy has performed with a number of bands including Kentigern and Molendinar and Pauline's CD, 'Thoughts For The Masses' has been a former album of the week on Iain Anderson's BBC Radio Scotland show. Among others she has supported Dougie MacLean, Rumer and Shelagh McDonald.

Live In The North East is pleased to open the 2018 gig season with this very talented duo.


Pauline Alexander and Sandy Stanage are one of the best acts on the current folk circuit I've seen this year.

Ian Cripps FATEA Magazine (2017)


"Pauline Alexander has a beautiful modern Scottish folk voice, reminiscent of Sandy Denny."

Rumer, singer/songwriter