Caroline Spence & Dan Hartland

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A night of Americana from one of the new darlings of the Nashville singer songwriter scene, Caroline Spence.

Caroline Spence is a singer-songwriter from Charlottesville, Virginia currently living in Nashville.

Ever since the release of "Blood on the Tracks" in 1975, Dylan posed the challenge to every songwriter that came after him: Can life's emotional complexities be rendered simply? Can a song be so intensely personal that it somehow manages to reach beyond itself towards something universal? With this record, Dylan turned the American Songwriter into a definite vocation, a job thatÂ’s core responsibility was the nearly impossible task of simply and honestly singing your own story, and somehow mysteriously manage to speak for all of us.

While Caroline Spence may not look like one of the road-hardened troubadours of America's past, with the release of Spades & Roses, the young songwriter from Charlottesville Virginia proves she is every bit as serious.

Support from Dan Hartland launching his new album 'Great Novels'.

Doors open at 8.00pm & music will commence at 8.30pm. Note that this will be a mainly seated show. Music Genres: Acoustic, Country/Americana, Folk, World Music

Friday 23 8.00PMFebruary
2018
2018-02-23T20:00:00Z2018-02-23T21:50:00Z

Folk

Thimblemill Library

Thimblemill Road
Smethwick

B67 5RJ Birmingham GB

0121 429 2039

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