Katy Rose
Katy Rose

Folk For Free: Katy Rose & The Cavalry Parade

Part of Folk For Free

Thursday 12 April 2012

Symphony Hall Café Bar

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Katy Rose Bennett has been playing guitar and writing songs since she can remember. Under the influence of Patsy Cline, Gillian Welch, k d lang and whatever she could lay her ears on, she has been crafting elegant songs of love, loss, humanity and hope.

In the last decade, under the moniker KTB, she released three albums to critical acclaim. She has toured the UK’s folk circuit and played festivals the length and breadth of the land, supporting the likes of Willy Mason, Karine Polwart, Chris Wood and Po’ Girl. But, after releasing her third album, Indelible Ink, in 2009, she thought it time for a change. So she ditched the initials in favour of her real name, Katy Rose. The Cavalry Parade is an array of talented musicians, varying in number from 1 to 10, including multi-instrumentalists Phill Ward, Julia Higgins and Joe Bennett.

‘Sophisticated mix of jazz, folk, pop & rustica.’ The Independent

Katy Rose & The Cavalry Band replace folk singer Sam Walter.

Presented in association with Moseley Folk Festival.
The Folk For Free series is supported by Arts Council England.

Free event.

Symphony Hall Café Bar

  • 32 Broad Street, Birmingham, B1 2EA, West Midlands, United Kingdom

Part of Folk For Free

Monthly on a Thursday 5.30pm Symphony Hall Café Bar Audiences have enjoyed folk music for centuries, and its captivating style of musical storytelling still remains true to its roots. Enjoy local artists performing contemporary folk music courtesy of THSH. Presented in association with...

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