supported by The Daydream Club
Welsh singer-songwriter Judith Owen's new album Ebb & Flow evokes the spirit of the halcyon days of the great 1970s troubadours.
In a set of potent songs about love and loss, pain and joy, dreams and despair, Owen fearlessly explores the duality of the human condition - and to do justice to the songs she turned to the legendary musicians who created the seventies troubadour sound.
Between them her core band of drummer Russ Kunkel, bassist Lee Sklar and guitarist Waddy Wachtel played on many of the landmark albums from the era, including Carole King's Tapestry, James Taylor's Sweet Baby James, Joni Mitchell's Blue, Jackson Browne's Running On Empty and countless others, and were recently featured in an article in Rolling Stone magazine celebrating their unsung contribution to musical history.
Support The Daydream Club are acoustic duo Adam Pickering and Paula Walkers whose trademark boy/girl harmonies can be heard on their double EP release Found and Found.