Just a quick update!
New dates for Spring for Becky Mills and me are now up on the website www.patsymatheson.co.uk.
We will be appearing here…
Saturday 1st December – Skegness, Great British Folk Festival (Patsy solo) www.bigweekends.com
Tues 4th Dec – Otley, Korks (Patsy solo) supporting Boo Hewerdine www.korks.co.uk
Sat 2nd Feb – Redditch, Palace Theatre www.redditchpalacetheatre.co.uk
Fri 15th Feb – Otley, Korks (Patsy solo) www.korks.co.uk
Fri 22nd Feb – Stonehaven, Folk Club http://www.stonehavenfolkclub.co.uk/
Wed 20th March – Leicester, The Musician www.themusicianpub.co.uk
Thurs 21st March – Hebden Bridge, Trades Club www.thetradesclub.com
Sat 23rd March – Cumbria, Ulpha, Browfoot Room www.musicinulpha.org.uk
Thurs 28th March – Nottingham, Playhouse (Neville Studio) www.nottinghamplayhouse.co.uk
Fri 29th March – Northwich, Folk Club www.northwichfolk.co.uk
Fri 19th April – Kingswinford, Woodman Folk Club www.woodmanfolk.co.uk
Fri 26th April – Nr Grassington, Appletreewick, Craven Arms www.craven-cruckbarn.co.uk
Plus I will be appearing at the Acoustic Festival of Britain weekend in Uttoxeter, Fri 31st May – Sunday 2nd June - www.acousticfestival.co.uk. This is a fabulous weekend of music on a great festival site, so check out the website and book your tickets! (There is currently an offer running on Early Bird tickets)
These will be the last dates you can catch Becky and I together, as we’ll both be doing other projects for the remainder of 2103.
In the meantime, you can keep up to date with all of our news and gossip on Facebook or follow me on Twitter @patsymatheson.
We look forward to seeing you next year!
Patsy and Becky xx
PS For those of you who are fans of Waking the Witch, the full length DVD of our concert at the City Varieties Theatre in Leeds from our farewell tour in 2007 has recently been posted on You Tube. You can see it by following this link:
The CD ‘Stories of Angels & Guitars’ out now on Tomorrow Records
‘There’s an overcrowded market in the UK of female singer-songwriter-guitarists, but Patsy Matheson stands out for the quality of her singing and more importantly, her songwriting…her best songs are thoughtful, delicate and impressively original’ – Robin Denselow, The Guardian
“If I still had a radio show, I’d be playing this CD.” - Andy Kershaw
‘The lass has got a lovely voice – this song (Hundred Guitars) is one of those great songs that tells a story but does it in a very subtle way’ – Mike Harding, Radio 2
‘There is something of a light-voiced female John Martyn about Patsy Matheson’s singing on So The Same, an impressive and original track on her new album Stories of Angels & Guitars… her sensitive lyrics and strong singing just click.’ – Martin Chilton, The Telegraph
‘What a gorgeous album! I’ll be including a song or two in the next show.’ – Richard Bolland, Roots & Fusion Radio
‘Unhurried and warmly recorded, Patsy Matheson’s new set of songs elevates her performances to a remarkable level. It takes a confident soul to leave an album as unadorned as this but the simplicity here is fundamental. Those who hunger for the sound of wood, strings and voice will want to dive right in.’ – David Kushar, Spiral Earth
The new album from former Waking the Witch member Patsy Matheson, has taken the music world by storm, not yet released but already greatly applauded by industry insiders – Jean Camp, Folking.com
‘This album’s also probably one of the most intimate musical experiences you could imagine, with each song so very lovingly crafted, assembled and executed… Stories Of Angels And Guitars is a stunningly fine album, which marks Patsy’s return to recording both as an artistic triumph and a definite contender for the 2012 best-lists (already!)’ – David Kidman, NetRhythms
‘Patsy, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and ex-member of Waking The Witch, has scored a mighty hit with this lovely album…This no-pressure collection of ten soul-searching, starkly beautiful songs has done wonders’ – Mick Tems, Folkwales
‘a gorgeously intimate late night album, full of lush harmonies and a wonderful stillness built of the sparse instrumentation and Patsy’s trademark husky fragility’ – Stephen Lambe, Classic Rock Soc Magazine
‘The vocals are simply stunning… The smoothly melodious voice draws you into a song; add a little acoustic guitar and what more can you want? I would urge lovers of singer/songwriter and folk music to buy this album’ – Jason Ritchie, Get Ready To Rock!
‘Patsy Matheson, returns from the world of recording with a fabulous album… “Stories Of Angels & Guitars” is not an album to be rushed, give yourself time to listen to it properly so you can get the reward due you.’ – Neil King, Fatea Magazine
‘From start to finish Patsy fourth solo album is like an expensive claret, smooth, rich and velvety which takes the listener into a warm glow of musical heaven.’ – Paul Abraham, www.leedsmusicpromotions.com
‘Patsy Matheson has produced a sensual, intimate and haunting album containing 10 superbly-crafted songs of love, longing and all the emotions in between… the result is a laid back delight that demands to be listened too, preferably with the lights turned low and a decent bottle of wine to hand.’ – John Metcalfe, Halifax Courier
‘The angels are present from the start …a confident strength and a belief in every word she sings’ – Allan Wilkinson, Northern Sky
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Power Plays w/c 14 October (Mon-Fri)
SANGUINE Ignite (Odyssey Music)
GOODBYE JUNE Switchblade Heart (Earache)
SAINTS OF SIN Nasty Love (indie)
SCARLET REBELS Heal (indie)
FLYING COLORS The Loss Inside (Mascot)
KEYWEST C’est La Vie (indie)
Featured Albums w/c 14 October (Mon-Fri)
09:00-12:00 DANGER ZONE Don’t Count On Heroes (Pride & Joy Music)
12:00-13:00 ECLIPSE Paradigm (Frontiers)
14:00-16:00 GALLAGHER & LYLE Live at De Montfort Hall, 1977 (The Store For Music)
Albums That Time Forgot (Mon-Fri)
ROBIN TROWER In The Line Of Fire (1990)
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