Thursday 6th Dec
Live Acoustic Gig
Thurs 17th Jan 2019
Live Acoustic Gig
Saturday 2nd March 2019
Live Acustic Gig
Saturday 30th March
Song Writting Workshop and Acustic Live Gig
THE HALEY SISTERS Jo-Ann and Becky,
were born and raised in West Yorkshire, in the village of Harden, just out
side of Bingley.
From a very early age they followed in their parents footsteps, showing a strong interest in music from all genres.
The Haley Sisters first appeared professionally back in 1989, when they launched themselves into a successful singing career.
Since then they have appeared at leading festivals, theatres and clubs throughout the UK, Ireland and Europe, gaining massive popularity by virtue of their natural talent, dedication and down to earth personalities.
Recently they have been touring extensively with the amazing Nathan Carter who, with his world class band has become an international star.
They are touring theatres in the UK throughout last year & 2018 On May the 28th 2017 they are performed with Nathan Carter at the London
To start our 2019 music programme, Lemon Tree Events are delighted to welcome the fabulous and ever popular Edwina Hayes once more. Come and join us for an evening of beautifully crafted songs.
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Haunting, honeyed, solo singer/songwriter’ : The Guardian
‘A Very Talented Young Lady’ : Michael Parkinson
‘The Sweetest Voice in England’ : Nancy Griffith
The Hayes Sisters are a sibling acoustic trio from Greater Manchester with three guitars, three voices, a banjo, and a focus on close familial harmonies! Spotted by the hugely talented Clive Gregson (associated with the likes of Richard Thompson, Nanci Griffiths, Eddie Reader), The Hayes Sisters soon had a producer, and a debut album in the making. Their songs are borne from personal experiences and emotions, inspired by history, politics and literature.
Listening to Boo talk, it’s clear he’s also incredibly passionate about his Song Writing Workshops, about empowering others to achieve. One of Boo’s most pleasing moments happened when Tanya Brittain, a singer who had never managed to finish a complete song before signing up, became confident and comfortable of her own abilities. Within two years she had formed a successful band “The Changing Room” with Sam Kelly. Tanya won the FATEA website’s Single of The Year Award in 2016 for her song “Names on The Wall” narrowly beating Hewerdine’s own “Born”, the forerunner to the concept of 2017 album “Swimming in Mercury”.