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Thursday, November 8th, 2018
7:30 PM
Ange Hardy has grabbed the attention of the traditional folk music world by writing new material and embracing modern technologies whilst maintaining a traditional feel.

Alongside a long list of other accolades she was awarded FATEA Magazine's Female Vocalist of the Year in 2013, Album of the Year in 2014 and The Tradition Award in 2015.

Ange performs with a 27-string Salvi Harp, three different guitars, a variety of low whistles, a bodhrán, a tambourine, and an Indian shruti box. Combined with her innovative and subtle use of live looping to build up layers of vocal harmonies she is one of the most diverse solo-artists on today's folk/roots/acoustic scene.

Ange's sixth studio album 'Bring Back Home' was released in 2017 and further showcases her extraordinary talent and versatility. Combining both self-penned and traditional songs the CD demonstrates her mastery of lyrics and arrangements. Accompanied by such outstanding musicians as Peter Knight, Lukas Drinkwater and Alex Cummings this is must-have Ange Hardy album.

Live In The North East is delighted to have another opportunity to host an intimate evening of music with one of the UK's finest singer/songwriters.


[Ange] performs with a warmth that is both disarming and inspirational. Her songs of life and the countryside feel traditional, and she augments voice and guitar with very effective use of a loop pedal to add harmonies or extra instruments. It is a great feat of perfect timing.

R2 Magazine


"One of the finest voices to come out of the West Country (or anywhere else for that matter) in a long time."

The Living Tradition


[One]. of the most interesting, powerful and talented singers - and songwriters - to come out of the last couple of years has been Ange Hardy. She's rapidly gained an enormous following all over the country.

Mike Harding