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Philip Henry & Hannah Martin at The Rum Store

Philip Henry & Hannah Martin at The Rum Store

Type: Concert

The last 18 months have been their busiest to date. They recorded a concert, Live In Calstock, to make a record of their sound during these initial years; the resulting album once again went down a storm with the critics, “utterly inspired and magnificent” (Spiral Earth). They toured with folk legend Seth Lakeman. They attended Folk Alliance in Kansas City, and bookings for Canada and Australia in 2016 swiftly followed. As well as around 130 UK dates, they have also played in South Africa, France, Norway, Japan, The Netherlands, Germany, and Belgium during this period.

Watershed, Henry and Martin’s keenly anticipated third studio album, is their most emotionally charged, personal and pertinent work to date. A collection of 12 inspired original songs and tunes, recorded live with The Watershed Band in Devon’s Blackdown Hills, it centres around the idea of turning points. Moving away from the historical figures and events that peopled their highly acclaimed previous album Mynd they explore the idea of a modern folk tale – drawing on personal experience to create edgier, grittier material whilst retaining an ‘everyman’ empathy.

Kith and kin inspire many of the tracks, from foundlings to mill workers, all bonded by a theme of split second decisions and forked paths that shape sliding door destinies.

The alchemy of Martin’s ever evocative songwriting, fiddle and banjo playing and the much extolled skills of Henry on dobro, harmonica and lap steel fuse into a wholly distinctive world sound – songs of lament, tunes of hope, and totally unpredictable twist and turn music, burgeoning with deft double bass from Matt Downer (Jamie Smith’s Mabon) and the textured percussion of James Taylor.

A mesmerising release to further endorse the reputation of a duo who have deservedly gained a rapid and sure foothold in the higher echelons of the roots genre.

Contact Details

Carnglaze Caverns
St Neot
Liskeard
Cornwall
PL14 6HQ

Tel: 01579 320251

Ticket Information

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£15.00 per ticket

8.00 pm start gates open one hour before

Opening Times

20 May 2017

Road Directions

From A30 Colliford Lake turning > St Neot, south > Carnglaze

From A38 5 miles west of Liskeard/ 9 miles east of Bodmin,
turn off on Liskeard side of Trago Mills Shopping Centre, I mile up the Valley Road. (Brown sign at Junction to Carnglaze)

On concert nights we have an over flow car park in operation. Stewards will be there to guide you an hour before the concert begins. E.g.: If the concert starts at 8pm then our car parks will be open from 7pm (unless otherwise stated on your ticket.)

NB Low mobility parking is on site and we would appreciate it if any one needing low mobility parking for an event would kindly reserve their space. The steward on the gate will be given your name & you will be directed to your parking space.

If travelling from elsewhere in the country to attend one of our concerts or events please consider car share options. Many of the acts & events here have websites with fan forums where you could see if anyone has room?