Thu 16th November, 20178:00 pm - 10:30 pm (Doors: 7:30pm)
Bookings are closed for this event.
Note: A 5% booking fee will be added to all bookings
An e-ticket will be sent to you via email, once your payment has been processed.
CHAPEL ARTS CAFE IS OPEN THIS EVENING – last orders 7.00pm, to book a table please call: 01225 920256
Two very special artists bring their music and talents together for the ‘Small Mountain’ Tour.
Meeting in 2001 and performing as founding members of the ‘Women on Stage’ tour throughout Germany, Austria and the UK (a 3 Act Tour featuring Vicki, Sally and Kerstin Blodig), Vicki and Sally have continued touring together in Germany and the UK since 2006. 11 years later, they have prepared a special collection of newly penned, original songs and put together a show that is more collaborative than ever before.
The Trans-Atlantic duo can’t wait to get back out on the road with their debut collaborative CD, ‘In The Shadow of a Small Mountain’, reuniting with old fans and friends and welcoming new ones!
Vicki holds the title of 2008 ‘Guitar Superstar’ having won the Guitar Player Magazine’s annual competition in front of celebrity judges Steve Vai, Joe Satriani and Elliot Easton.
“If I could play like Vicki, I’d stay home and entertain myself.” – Steve Vai
Sally, who has supported both Bob Dylan and Robert Plant in Germany, was Sir Tom Jones’s finalist in the Voice UK 2014.
“It was just so beautiful that I couldn’t help myself. You swept me off my feet” Sir Tom Jones
While each brings their own style and ‘stage-magic’ to the shows, audiences are especially taken by their collaborative pieces, where they support one another on cover songs and originals, weaving vocals together and adding new dimensions to the performance.
“Vicki mesmerized the audience and the judges – not just with her stunning technique, but also with her musicality and charisma.” – Michael Molenda, Chief Editor Guitar Player Magazine
“Vicki has brewed her own style and created a new kind of singer-songwriter culture.” – Frankfurter Allgemeine
BBC Radio 2’s Chris Evans said: “Sally changes the atmosphere in a room when she sings”.
“The emotion and passion in her voice, the vulnerability and fragility of her vocal is an art that not too many singers can master” Maverick Magazine