Three of Britain’s finest musicians and interpreters have joined together to create an endless exploration of music on stage which is set to be showcased at Peterborough’s Key Theatre tomorrow night.
This trio is an acknowledged virtuoso in their own right, comprising of Martin Simspon, Andy Cutting and Nancy Kerr who have all come together for the joy of playing, after appearing together on stages in various combinations over recent years and thoroughly enjoying it!
Nancy Kerr has been a major part of the acoustic music scene since she was a teenager and has always been a distinctive and impressive talent, turning heads everywhere she’s played or sung. She is currently part of an award winning duo with her husband, James Fagan, and also one quarter of the Melrose Quartet and a key member of The Full English band.
Andy Cutting is an extraordinary musician. A master of the diatonic accordion and most other squeezeboxes, he is a superbly sensitive accompanist, a writer of beautiful and thrilling tunes, a highly in-demand band member and a sublime solo performer. His list of recording credits and sessions reads like a Who’s Who of acoustic music both in the UK and abroad, and he has played live with The Who, Roger Daltry and Sting, amongst others.
Along with Martin Simpson who’s a multi-award winning musician, singer and songwriter who has worked with Bonnie Raitt, Richard Hawley, Jackson Brown, June Tabor, Richard Thompson and many more, as well as being a world-renowned performer in his own right.
The show will start at 7.30pm tomorrow at the Key Theatre. Tickets will be priced at £16 each, £14 concessions (including a booking fee of £1), which you can book online.