EMILY BARKER! In store and playing songs from her new long player at Pie&Vinyl

When? 6:00pm, Wednesday 31st May – How much is it then, surely not free? – Free Entry

Not only one of the sweetest humans we’ve ever had in the shop, but also the owner of one of the sweetest voices – EMILY BARKER returns, to play some songs from her most excellent new album Sweet Kind of Blue, her first full studio album since 2013’s critically lauded Dear River.

Released on 19th May, and available to reserve using this link below. Emily will be happy to scribble on anything you buy on the night:) We’ll also have a ‘Pie Tribute’ to the great lady – Witty name and filling announced soon.

It’s free to get in of course, but only to the first 60 odd people. (on a first come first served (let in) basis:)

OR don’t queue and pre order using our Click&Collect service HERE to guarantee your entry and collect at the in-store show. http://www.pieandvinyl.co.uk/?p=8236 

Join our FB event here:

More info on the record below. See you there!

Big Thanks to CASEMATES – who are providing the PA for the evening – http://www.casemates.co.uk/

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Emily Barker’s new album was recorded at Sam Phillips Recording Service in Memphis with Grammy winning producer Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price) and an all-star cast of Memphis session players.  Sweet Kind of Blue is her first full studio album since 2013’s critically lauded Dear River and marks a new sound as Barker finds herself returning to where her love of music started: far away from Memphis, singing her heart out to Aretha Franklin records in her bedroom in sleepy Bridgetown, Western Australia.

Emily Barker is best known as the writer and performer of the award-winning theme to BBC crime drama Wallander starring Kenneth Branagh. She has released music as a solo artist as well as with various bands including The Red Clay Halo, Vena Portae and Applewood Road.

“country-soul with luminous warmth” Mojo 4*

“the sweltering funk of Sunrise and the title track sound like lost Muscle Shoals gems” UNCUT 8/10

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