PROLIFIC South African Folk songwriter Laurie Levine will play at the Bridge House Theatre in Warwick on Saturday (December 8).
Laurie released her new album Six Winters last month and has been touring the UK to promote the record.
Since surfacing with her remarkable debut Unspoken back in 2007, Laurie has taken her original material and soulful voice to an ever-growing fanbase, earning multiple accolades along the way.
Among these was winning Best Producer award for this critically acclaimed album, Six Winters at the annual South African Music Awards (SAMAs) in 2012.
Laurie’s second album, Living Room was also nominated for a SAMA in 2010, and her performances at South Africa’s largest arts festival, The National Arts Festival in Grahamstown in 2011, earned Levine a highly coveted Standard Bank Silver Ovation award.
Her gift lies in her ability to draw on the deep roots of folk music, and mix it in with a myriad of other influences, including sounds from America’s Appalachia region and her native country.
The show starts at 7.30pm with tickets for £8 or £6 for concessions.
For more information and tickets call 776438 or click here