CARA live dates in England to promote their latest album, YET WE SING

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Born fourteen years ago of Germany’s longstanding love affair with Celtic music, Cara’s line-up features four of that country’s finest traditional musicians, together with Scottish singer-songwriter and pianist Kim Edgar, delivering an innovative blend of old and new material with traditional and folk-pop stylings, fronted by twin lead vocals.

Now considered to be one of the most sought after bands within Germany and across mainland Europe, Cara are pleased to be heading to England to promote their fifth studio album, “Yet We Sing.

Wednesday 21st June 2017 (quintet) SOUTHAMPTON
Chapel Sessions, St. Edward‘s Church, Grange Road, Netley SO31 5FF
30 pm, Tickets £14.50, Box Office: 07702 980 677

  • Thursday 22nd June 2017 (quintet) BURY
    The Met, Market Street, Bury, Greater Manchester BL9 0BW
    8 pm, Tickets £15, Box Office: 0161 761 2216
  • Friday 23rd June 2017 (quintet) CANTERBURY
    Gulbenkian, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent CT2 7NB
    30 pm (with Emily Watts) Tickets £15 / Students £10, Box Office: 01227 769 075
  • Saturday 24th June 2017 (quartet) CAMBRIDGE
    Andrew’s Church, Station Rd, Swavesey, Cambridge CB24 4QJ
    7.30 pm, Tickets £12 adults / £6 children, Box Office: 01954 230 019
  • Sunday 25th June 2017 (quartet) MILTON KEYNES
    The Stables, Stockwell Lane, Wavendon, Milton Keynes MK17 8LU
    8 pm, Tickets £17.50, Box Office: 01908 280 800
  • Monday 26th June 2017 (quartet) OXFORDSHIRE
    Nettlebed Village Club, High Street, Nettlebed, nr Henley on Thames RG9 5DD
    8 pm, Tickets £14.00 advance / £15 door, Box Office: 01628 636 620 (10 am – 9 pm)

The Cara sound is shaped and defined by the two charismatic singers and songwriters, Gudrun Walther (Germany) and Kim Edgar (Scotland). “Yet We Singdeals with the “hard stuff’ – love, death, religion, war and hope – drawing the listener near. The album also captures the live energy that has earned Cara their enthusiastic fanbase and their reputation within the folk scene. Energising, emotive and engaging, Cara aim to connect directly with the listener.

Winners of two Irish Music Awards, “Best New Irish Artist” 2010 and “Top Group” 2011, Cara have toured the United States seven times, playing the main stages at Milwaukee Irish Fest 2009, Kansas City Irish Festival 2009 and 2010, and Dublin Irish Fest 2014.

The band also enjoy performing in Ireland: in October 2014 they were invited to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the famous Cork Folk Festival alongside such luminaries as Mozaik, Dick Gaughan, and We Banjo 3.

They tour on a regular basis in Scotland, England, Denmark, the Netherlands, France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Austria and Germany.

www.cara-music.com