A double portion of new music at the Eden Café
Music at the Eden Café returns on Friday February 3 with a double bill of acoustic music from Cole Stacey and Jenny Lindfors.
Cole Stacey, who hails from Devon, is a singer and songwriter with a growing reputation across the UK acoustic music scene. As well as touring extensively throughout the last 18 months with his own headline show, he has also opened sell-out concerts for Cara Dillon and Sam Lakeman, Hayseed Dixie, Martin Simpson, Chris Wood and Steve Knightly of the roots and folk duo Show of Hands.
Cole’s memorable melodies, which have been finely tuned on his debut album Changing Places, come alive with his bluesy voice and a combination of both guitar and piano.
Joining Cole is Irish singer Jenny Lindfors who is building on the mellow harmonies of early 1970s California with the incorporation of African percussion such as the djembe (drum), congas, ukulele and organs.
Jenny made her mark with her 2008 debut album When the Night Time Comes and has gone on to support the likes of Adele, Rumer and Rodrigo y Gabriela among others. She will be accompanied by Pepe Belmonte.
Dan Ball, Eden Café Manager, said: “After taking a break throughout January, it’s great to kick off the year of gigs with two talented musicians such as Cole and Jenny. With beautiful music, tasty food and a laid-back atmosphere, the Eden Café is a great place to welcome in the weekend.”
The gig takes place from 8pm until midnight. Tickets cost £4, or £3 for concessions and for tickets bought from the café beforehand.
A selection of locally sourced beverages along will be on offer throughout the night. Bread, dips and a choice of seasonal hot food will be available until 9:30pm.
To find out more about the Eden Café in White River Place, go to: http://www.edenproject.com/come-and-visit/whats-here/cafe-in-st-austell