English Folk Expo presents: Katie Doherty and The Navigators
Friday 13 August 2021 8.00pm
Watch in Queen's Hall Library - £14 plus 50p booking fee per ticket, book on this website.
Watch From Home (live stream): £12 plus booking fee - available via TicketySwift Click here
Please note: this event will be socially distanced. In line with government advice, please wear a face covering if you can to help keep everyone as safe as possible.
Katie Doherty is an award winning songwriter and, with fiddler Shona Mooney (Former Scottish Young Trad Musician of the Year, founder member of The Shee) and the smiliest man in Folk, Dave Gray on Melodeon, Katie Doherty and The Navigators were formed. And Then, was released in early 2019 to high critical acclaim, airplay all over Europe, including live sessions on both BBC Radio 2’s Mark Radcliffe show and BBC Radio 3’s In Tune. Their tour schedule has been extensive taking in Support shows for Blue Rose Code, Rachel Newton and Sam Kelly and The Lost boys as well as headline shows across the UK including Stage 2 at Cambridge Folk Festival.
“Real life has rarely sounded as good.” NARC Magazine
“Her’s is an ascent worth following...and then some” Folk Radio
“This is absolutely lovely!” Mark Radcliffe
Running time: 75 minutes, no interval
Click below to find further information on one more exciting event from English Folk Expo at Queen's Hall Arts Centre, Hexham this August:
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This event is part of a series of gigs presented by English Folk Expo. Taking place from April to August, the English Folk Expo presents series will be streamed online, but also welcome live audiences where possible. The concerts are part of an initiative to support folk, roots and acoustic music through and beyond the pandemic and will restart the process of paying artists, venues and crew, whilst the streamed content will reach music fans still unable to visit venues and festivals. For the full line-up of gigs as part of this series Click here