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Deborah Rose & Mari Randle: Charity Concert

Deborah Rose & Mari Randle: Charity Concert

With Support & Special Guests  


Charity concert in aid of Planting For Hope Uganda


An evening of inspirational music with

Deborah Rose & Mari Randle

plus special guests

Kadialy Kouyate from Senegal on kora

Peacock Angell

Also featuring

Lindsay O'Farrell

Matt Worley

Martin Riley

Dave Small


There will be African crafts for sale and a whole lot more! 



Harmony and haunting melody weave together in the voices of Deborah Rose and Mari Randle, a sound cradled by guitars with a strong sense of story and magic.

The collaboration began in February 2015 drawn together by their interesting contrast of tone and harmonic lean. They debuted together on Deborah’s second album Wilde Wood, featuring Mari’s musical family The O’ Farrell’s Frolicks and Americana trio Grey Wolf, a meld of rhythm and joy.  

Deborah and Mari toured extensively giving birth to new songs and recordings, which brings into focus Mari’s soul/rock/blues colours with Deborah’s etherea. The songs chronicle the interconnectedness of their experiences, their mutual love of nature, landscapes, and spiritual musings on the cycles of life, birth and rebirth. Theirs is a rare and timeless sound reminiscent of Kate and Anna McArrigle, the duo create powerful and original songs, performed with energy and beauty that transcends musical genres.  

 Deborah Rose has sung in the company of Ralph Mctell, Judy Collins, Fairport Convention and Jimmy Webb. She has performed on Terry Wogan's Radio 2 for the 50th anniversary of late singer Eva Cassidy. Her first album, Song Be My Soul is a collection of words set to music from Rossetti to Blake and features a Welsh Male Voice Choir. 

Mari Randle is lead singer, guitarist and writer in alternative rock group Vault of Eagles and family folk band The O’ Farrells Frolicks. She is a self-taught musician and writer, exploring any means of self-expression including poetic writing as well as lyrical and vocal experimentation, working very much from the soul as opposed to the head. 


 A joyous kaleidoscope of story and song. Haunting, rousing and carousing The Guardian

Enigmatic, powerful harmonies, woven together effortlessly and beautifully. A unique duo not to be missed Radio 2, Country


Thursday 19th October 2017 at 8pm



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