Rachel Sermanni at Miss Peapods, Penryn. Time 8pm. Tickets £8.
After an incredible 2012, in which the 21 year old folk noir balladeer Rachel Sermanni played over 200 spellbinding shows across Asia, North America and including her first headlining tours of the UK and Europe; a No 1 with debut EP Black Currents in the Independent Charts; iTunes Single of the Week with Waltz resulting in 60,000+ downloads; and the release of Rachels debut album ‘Under Mountains’ to critical acclaim. ‘striking’ Mojo; ‘folk of the highest order’ Time Out; ‘Under Mountains is as close to a perfect folk record you’re likely to hear this year’ The Line of Best Fit;
Highland born Rachel started 2013 with the release of her beautiful acoustic version of Robert Burns ‘Ae Fond Kiss’ with all profits from the sale of the CD are going to Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland.
A long time favourite in Rachels live shows, this stripped back, haunting, acoustic version showcases Rachels vocal talents to the full.
Touring has carried on from where 2012 left off, with a second headline European Tour and not one, but two visits to Canada. This led to a session on influential show CBCs Q and in turn main stage bookings for the Calgary, Ottawa, Dawson City and Interstellar Rodeo Festivals.