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Nancy Kerr & The Sweet Visitor Band

  • Level 3 Lounge

BBC Radio 2 Folk Singer of the Year 2015 Nancy Kerr heads out on tour in support of her brand new album, Instar.

Already a respected interpreter of traditional material, Nancy’s emergence as a writer of rare style has drawn comparisons to William Blake in her reawakening of a radical folk mythology as a backdrop for contemporary narratives.

Since the release of her solo debut, Sweet Visitor and Murmurs – her collaboration with Martin Simpson and Andy Cutting on Topic Records – Nancy finds herself increasingly fascinated by the role of the environment as a character in music, literature, art and film, Nancy’s new compositions explore the themes of human/ecological interaction that lie just beneath the surface of so many traditional folk songs.


Standard Price £16.00 in advance | £17.00 on the day
Friends of St David's Hall | Under 16's | Students | Claimants |
Over 60s | Disbaled people plus one companion (each ticket)
£2.00 off
Groups of 10 or more £1.00 off each ticket


Plus a Ticket Service Charge of £3.95 per transaction and an optional £1.00 postage fee for tickets to be posted.  For full information on the Ticket Service Charge click here

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With her Sweet Visitor Band now an established unit, Nancy is joined on stage by band mates:

Rowan Rheingans: Fiddle, Banjo & Voice.
Tim Yates: Double Bass, Melodeon & Voice.
Greg Russell: Guitars & Voice.
Tom Wright: Drums, Guitars & Voice.

The band’s music explores the lore and language of nature that provides a repertoire of raw, universal images with which to address subjects such as gender identity and sexuality, struggles for human rights, love and consent, colonialism and the effects of austerity on our culture and ourselves.

Nancy is one of the most celebrated folk musicians of her generation, and has to date won 6 Folk Awards from BBC Radio 2: 2015 FOLK SINGER OF THE YEAR • HORIZON AWARD 2000 • BEST DUO 2003 and again in 2011 with James Fagan • BEST GROUP 2014 with The Full English • BEST ALBUM 2014 with The Full English. Nominated Best Original Song 2011 for Queen of Waters. Winner Best Album (Spiral earth 2011) for Twice Reflected Sun (Navigator041).