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Sally Barker

Sally Barker

Sep 6th 2018 @ THE UNICORN Theatre Medieval Abbey Buildings, Checker Walk, Abingdon OX14 3JB

Abingdon, United Kingdom
I Was There
About Sally Barker
Genres:
Folk Rock, Folk Jazz, Folk
Hometown:
Leicester

The 'Voice' that made Sir Tom Jones cryWhether singing asTom Jones' finalist on BBC TV's The Voice, the songs of Sandy Denny in the reformed Fotheringay, revered fem-folk...
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ABINGDON Unicorn Theatre SOLO w support son Dillon Thomas
Thursday, September 6th, 2018
7:30 PM
THE UNICORN Theatre Medieval Abbey Buildings, Checker Walk, Abingdon OX14 3JB
Abingdon, United Kingdom
tickets: http://www.musicattheunicorn.org.uk or Mostly Books, 36 Stert Street, Abingdon, OX14 3JP (cash only)
£15.00

The 'Voice' that made Sir Tom Jones cry

Whether singing asTom Jones' finalist on BBC TV's The Voice, the songs of Sandy Denny in the reformed Fotheringay, revered fem-folk group The Poozies or as a solo artist supporting Bob Dylan, Robert Plant and Richard Thompson Sally Barker brings any song gloriously to life.
A singer/songwriter whose back catalogue encompasses folk, jazz, blues and soul, she reduced Sir Tom Jones to tears as he mentored her through to the final of The Voice 2014.
She remains fiercely independent and true to her craft either solo (Feb 2017 CD 'GHOST GIRL') or as a duo with Vicki Genfan (Sept 2017 CD 'IN THE SHADOW OF A SMALL MOUNTAIN') or, finally, as a member of fab all-female trio I O T A (with Anna Ryder and Marion Fleetwood).

A truly captivating performer as much at home in a folk club as on national television.

"Sally changes the atmosphere in a room when she sings" (BBC Radio 2's Chris Evans).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak2wHNsAG5g Dear Darlin' on 'The Voice'
www.sallybarker.co.uk
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About Sally Barker
Genres:
Folk Rock, Folk Jazz, Folk
Hometown:
Leicester

The 'Voice' that made Sir Tom Jones cryWhether singing asTom Jones' finalist on BBC TV's The Voice, the songs of Sandy Denny in the reformed Fotheringay, revered fem-folk...
Read More