21st Nov, 2019

New faces and new material

Rob George 5th Nov, 2019

THE EVER-ADVENTUROUS Poozies are back with a new line-up and all-new material – most of which makes up their hard-hitting new album, Punch.

Newbies Sarah McFadyen and Tia Files have joined founding member Mary Macmaster and long-term Poozie Eilidh Shaw and together they continue to play a dazzling, joyfully eclectic mix of contemporary and traditional tunes with beefy, powerful accompaniment, while their perfectly executed songs vary dramatically from Gaelic waulking songs to old-time American, country and pop.

The Poozies first burst onto the folk scene in 1991, when folk music wore elaborately patterned woolly jumpers and was only seen in dingy back rooms yet from the word go they were breaking out and happily exploring the musical universe.

Throughout the years The Poozies have toured worldwide and attracted recognition and appreciation for their eclectic choice of material, unusual and exciting arrangements, and heart-tugging vocal harmonies.

The Poozies will take to the stage at Huntingdon Hall next Thursday (November 14) from 7.30pm.

Call the Box Office on 01905 611427 or visit www.worcesterlive.co.uk for more.

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