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Laura Jurd: The Big Friendly Album Tour

plus Imogen Bose Ward

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Laura Jurd: The Big Friendly Album Tour

plus Imogen Bose Ward

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Music influenced by Celtic folk traditions, the blues and a sprinkling of alt-rock, acclaimed trumpet player and composer alongside a brass-fuelled, party band of world-class instrumentalists, bring this colourful new music to life. Big friendly tunes and grooves-a-plenty as Laura celebrates the release of her fourth album as a leader.

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6pm: Building and bars open
7.30pm: Doors to Sage Two
8pm – 8.30pm: Imogen Bose-Ward
9pm – 10.30pm Laura Jurd
11pm: Last orders
Timing are subject to change 

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Imogen Bose Ward

Plus Imogen Bose-Ward

Imogen Bose-Ward is a singer/songwriter originally from Lanarkshire, Scotland based in Newcastle upon Tyne. Understated yet soulful, Imogen’s songs sit on the axis between folk, jazz and Americana, stemming from her roots in Scottish traditional music. Introspective and delicate, Imogen’s lyrics are observational and frank, inspired by friendships, childhood and nostalgia.

In 2022, Imogen released her debut single, Just Fine, and later went on to release Red Bricks, both of which were featured on BBC Introducing. She has since been gigging in and around the North East.

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