Holy Trinity Church in Hull will be working in partnership with Dave Stewart Entertainment and the Church Conservation Trust to present a series of exciting and contemporary music events as part of Church Keys, an initiative to bring live music to the country's churches.
The first event is a special, candle lit double header featuring two fast emerging artists of modern indie folk, Rachel Sermanni and The Lake Poets, on Wednesday November 23.
One of Britain's most promising folk artists, Scottish folk noir balladeer Rachel Sermanni has been steadily building a growing reputation in the UK and beyond with her genre-blending music. Rachel released her first album, 'Under The Mountain', in 2102, since when she has toured constantly. Her second album, 'Tied To The Moon', was released in 2015.
The Lake Poets is Martin Longstaff, a multi - instrumentalist from Sunderland. Inspired by artists such as Carole King, John Martyn, Wilco and Neil Young, Martin's music is as haunting as it is beautiful.
The Lake Poets self-titled debut album was recorded at the legendary Bluebird studios in Nashville, and was released in 2015 to critical acclaim.
The single, 'Your Face', has received over 4 million Spotify plays as well as steady daytime airplay on BBC 6 Music and Radio 2.
Doors open at 6.30 pm and the concert begins at 7.30 pm. Tickets are £12 and are available from www.holytrinityhull.com/events