Acclaimed Scottish duo play at Salt Works

12 Feb 2020 02:05
Published by: Scott Callan

Acclaimed Scottish duo, The Jellyman’s Daughter will be performing on Saturday 22 February at the Salt Works Sessions in the historic setting of the Lion Salt Works Museum, near Northwich, Cheshire. Doors open at 7.15pm, parking is free and tickets cost just £11.00 per person.

The Jellyman’s Daughter comprises guitarist Emily Kelly and cellist, Graham Coe and their music lands squarely in the middle of an intriguing crossroads between bluegrass, post-rock, folk and soul. Mixing their unique vocal harmonies with wild and visceral cello, driving guitar and mandolin, the duo write their songs with a focus on producing something new.

The Edinburgh-based duo have been much applauded since their self-titled debut album for their ‘exquisite vocals and harmonies and dynamic and expressive cello playing’. During 2018-19 they have taken their distinctive sound and entrancing music on tour across the UK, Europe, America, Canada and Australia.

The Lion Salt Works Museum tells the story of salt through fun, interactive displays, a theatrical lighting, sound and film experience and a walk-in ‘subsiding house’. There is no charge to visit the bespoke play area, butterfly garden, café or shop.


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