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Thu 27 Oct 2022


The Tonic Sessions: Sailing Stones (Jenny Lindfors)

+ Harriet Riley, Alex Garden and Stevie Toddler

Bristol Beacon Foyer

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£6.54 - £13.08 incl. booking fee

A split image with two photographs, on the left two people in winter clothes standing in a church, on the right a person holding a flower and wearing a bandana.

The Tonic Sessions returns with a double-bill headline featuring Jenny Lindfors (AKA. Sailing Stones alongside a trio including Harriet Riley, Alex Garden and Stevie Toddler.

Jenny Lindfors is a captivating singer-songwriter whose songs have been described as “demure majesty” by The Line Of Best Fit. Her return to live performance follows an intensive period of songwriting, observed through the prism of new motherhood.

Jenny’s ethereal vocals and hypnotic guitar playing is reminiscent of Agnes Obel, Linda Perhacs, Bobbie Gentry and the lost demo tapes of Laurel Canyon.

Harriet Riley & Alex Garden’s music presents a novel, hypnotic dialogue between a highly unusual pairing of fiddle and vibraphone. Each piece they perform is original, taking in flavours from trad folk, minimalism and jazz.

Harriet and Alex are joined by Stevie Toddler on double bass, adding texture and depth to their sound.

Bristol Beacon and Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival present

Unreserved seated event

All ages (Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)

Doors: 19:00
Start time: 19:30

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Bristol Beacon

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