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Heather Innes & Pauline Vallance: Here Comes the Day Tour

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62 Beardy Street

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Scottish artists Heather Innes and Pauline Vallance are looking forward to singing at The Studio in Armidale on October 10, 2017 as part of their three week tour in NSW and Qld September/October 2017.

Doors will open at 7:30 pm for an 8 pm start, $25 at the door or $20 prebooked. Be sure to book ahead to secure your seat for a delightful intimate evening of Celtic music - seats will be limited!

Supper and a cuppa will be available for a gold coin donationat intermission, and Missy Jones (local Irish fiddler) will be opening the evening as support.


ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Heather grew up in South Australia and lived in Victoria and NSW before returning to her native Scotland in the early eighties. She returned to Australia in 2003 for a short singing tour of the Eastern States but has not visited Armidale before. For Pauline this is her first visit to Australia.

Pauline and Heather sing as part of an Irish/Scottish trio called “Caim” and they’ve also performed as a duo in Scotland and England and recently in Ontario, Canada.

Heather has sung at folk clubs, festivals and concerts in the UK, Germany, Denmark, USA, Canada, Thailand and Australia, solo a capella and with various musicians for nearly 30 years and is a regular visitor to the recording studio. She sings and records with celtic trio “Caim” and has done so since 1998. As well as singing on albums with other bands and duos, Heather has recorded nine CDs with Caim and four solo albums. She will be singing songs from her new solo CD “Here Comes The Day” during her Australian tour with Pauline.

Pauline has played flute for many years, in orchestras and in folk sessions. She started playing the clasarch and writing songs in 2007 and in 2009, she was a prizewinner at the Glasgow Songwright Festival. She has played a number of folk festivals and clubs in Scotland and northern England and she also plays regularly at writers' events, including the Unesco City of Music Day in Glasgow. In 2011, Pauline recorded her first CD of her own songs and she has also recorded a CD of Scottish Lullabies (thanks to Enterprise Music Scotland), called 'Golden Slumbers'. She performs solo, in orchestras, with Heather and “Caim” and with three other bands.

Pauline loves the challenge of playing a variety of venues. Her Edinburgh Fringe concert “Travels with my clasarch” resulted in a gig at Glasgow Airport International Departures Lounge! Now she’s looking forward to departing from Glasgow airport for Australia!

. “Heather has one of those voices…timeless and highly evocative…an uplifting and refreshing experience” John O’Regan, freelance journalist and broadcaster, Ireland.

" Lovely, charming, quirky songs that made me smile. If Jonathan Richman was a Scotswoman who played a clarsach, this is how he'd sound" Tom Clelland, Clydesdale Folk Club

www.heatherinnes.com www.celticcaim.com www.paulinevallance.co.uk


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