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Kyshona and Stephen Fearing

The Royal Oak, Eccleshall

Feb. 01


The Royal Oak, Eccleshall
25 High Street
ST21 6BW
01785 850065

Saturday 01 Feb 2020

Fish Records is pleased to present a unique opportunity to see two great artists on same evening. Both Kyshona and Stephen have both toured the UK extensively and both will have new albums of music. As one-third of award-winning roots-rock trio, Blackie and the Rodeo Kings (with Tom Wilson and Colin Linden), Stephen Fearing has collaborated with many artists including: Emmy Lou Harris, Nick Lowe, Jason Isbell and Lucinda Williams. Like the guests on his albums, the many awards and nominations that have come his way over the years speak to the respect he has earned among his peers, presenters, and critics. His abiding love for his craft and ability to delight audiences are further reflected in multiple JUNO and Canadian Folk Music Awards nominations and awards and an ever-expanding touring circuit throughout North America, the UK, and Europe. For his album ‘Every Soul’s a Sailor’ he was awarded the 2017 Worldwide Album of the Year by Blues & Roots Radio and named 2017 Contemporary Singer of the Year at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. Through a life of many relocations and countless months on the road performing, Fearing has become a gifted storyteller and true musical nomad with the ability to enthral audiences. https://www.fishrecords.co.uk/roster/stephenfearing.html www.stephenfearing.ca Originally from South Carolina, Kyshona has been resident in Nashville since 2014. Her songwriting skills and powerful, emotional voice are demonstrated on her latest two albums ‘Go‘ and ‘The Ride’. We encourage you to check out Kyshona’s songs and voice to understand the buzz that followed her last visit to the UK. Kyshona was recently named one of the Top 5 Roots Artists to watch by CMT Edge (country music television) been featured on NPR’s “World Cafe Live” and network television shows “Conviction” and “Criminal Minds”.