Coming ‘home’

Birmingham date for returning singer.

Returning to Birmingham on Monday October 26th for a date at the Kitchen Garden Cafe, Kings Heath is enchanting songstress Sharon Lewis. Formerly of the female duo Pooka, Sharon released four albums with her then musical partner Natasha Jones on Warner Brothers, Island and Rough Trade Records to great critical acclaim and collaborated with acts such as Orbital and Ultramrine.

In the late 90’s they were based in Birmingham where they became renowned for their monthly concerts at the Hare and Hounds in Kings Heath. Since splitting form Pooka Sharon has forged a path as a solo artist and has continued her creative collaborations, appearing with Ani Di-franco and Martin Carthy in the staged version of Anais Mitchell’s folk opera Hadestown and writing/recording with 1 Giant Leap on their second album What About Me.

Sharon is now promoting her recent album Roses at the Top and is bringing her storybook of songs performed on piano, guitar and ukulele for an intimate solo show at the Kitchen Garden Cafe. Also playing is up and coming quirky pop/rock trio The Strangest Feeling who will be performing an acoustic set of their infectious and melodic pop classics.

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