Sat Nov 9 2019

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

The Pleasance Theatre

60 Pleasance Edinburgh EH8 9TJ

£22.40

All Ages

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International Artist of the Year - UK Americana Awards 2019

Mary Gauthier's tenth album is Rifles & Rosary Beads all eleven songs co-written with and for wounded veterans. Eleven of the nearly four hundred songs that highly accomplished songwriters have co-written as part of the five-year-old SongwritingWith:Soldiers program. 

Gauthier's first nine albums presented extraordinary confessional songs, deeply personal, profoundly emotional pieces ranging from “I Drink,” a blunt accounting of addiction, to “March 11, 1962,” the day she was born — and relinquished to an orphanage — to “Worthy,” in which the singer finally understands she is deserving of love. Maybe that's where the confessional song cycle ends, for she has midwifed these eleven new songs in careful collaboration with other souls whose struggle is urgent, immediate, and palpable. And none are about her.   

lonesome highway present
MARY GAUTHIER with Jaimee Harris

  • Mary Gauthier

    Mary Gauthier

    Country Folk

  • JAIMEE HARRIS

    JAIMEE HARRIS

    Alternative Country

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lonesome highway present

MARY GAUTHIER with Jaimee Harris

Sat Nov 9 2019 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM

(Doors 7:30 PM)

The Pleasance Theatre Edinburgh
MARY GAUTHIER with Jaimee Harris

£22.40 All Ages

International Artist of the Year - UK Americana Awards 2019

Mary Gauthier's tenth album is Rifles & Rosary Beads all eleven songs co-written with and for wounded veterans. Eleven of the nearly four hundred songs that highly accomplished songwriters have co-written as part of the five-year-old SongwritingWith:Soldiers program. 

Gauthier's first nine albums presented extraordinary confessional songs, deeply personal, profoundly emotional pieces ranging from “I Drink,” a blunt accounting of addiction, to “March 11, 1962,” the day she was born — and relinquished to an orphanage — to “Worthy,” in which the singer finally understands she is deserving of love. Maybe that's where the confessional song cycle ends, for she has midwifed these eleven new songs in careful collaboration with other souls whose struggle is urgent, immediate, and palpable. And none are about her.   

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