KELLY WILLIS & band

Sun Jul 29 2018

8:00 PM - 10:30 PM (Doors 7:30 PM)

The Voodoo Rooms

19a W Register St Edinburgh EH2 2AA

Ages 18+

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Her New album "Back Being Blue" is released in May

“I attempted to make music that could fit in any era.But leans on the simplicity of the music that firstinspired me. Roots rockabilly country blues, to narrow it down for you! Kind of a Nick Lowe meets Skeeter Davis meets Crystal Gayle. Sounds that were in full blaze when I first moved Austin.”
- Kelly Willis

“Kelly Willis looks back to country music before Nashville embraced power ballads and cute happily-ever-after songs. She has an old-fashioned country voice with a twang, a breathy quaver, a break or a throaty sob whenever she needs one… Whether she was wishing for comfort, admitting to a bruised heart, yielding to illicit romance or trying to say goodbye, her voice was modest and true, illuminating the delicate tension and pain in every line.”

- New York Times

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KELLY WILLIS & band

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KELLY WILLIS & band

Sun Jul 29 2018 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

The Voodoo Rooms Edinburgh
KELLY WILLIS & band
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  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

Ages 18+

Her New album "Back Being Blue" is released in May

“I attempted to make music that could fit in any era.But leans on the simplicity of the music that firstinspired me. Roots rockabilly country blues, to narrow it down for you! Kind of a Nick Lowe meets Skeeter Davis meets Crystal Gayle. Sounds that were in full blaze when I first moved Austin.”
- Kelly Willis

“Kelly Willis looks back to country music before Nashville embraced power ballads and cute happily-ever-after songs. She has an old-fashioned country voice with a twang, a breathy quaver, a break or a throaty sob whenever she needs one… Whether she was wishing for comfort, admitting to a bruised heart, yielding to illicit romance or trying to say goodbye, her voice was modest and true, illuminating the delicate tension and pain in every line.”

- New York Times