Following on from our first live music event at Petersfield Museum – the sold out evening of folk music by Vicar’s Crackpipe – we now present you the musical duo of Hannah and Jake A.D!
Jake A.D. is a storyteller, unafraid to dig down deep and unearth every ounce of his soul. A sketcher of sonic stories, and a painter of musical pictures, his songs serve as the soundtrack to his world, and in time are likely to find their way into yours. Drawing inspiration from the blues, gospel, soul and primal folk, he combines his dedication for crafting songs with the burning desire to share them all with an audience. The stage is simply where he belongs!
Describing herself as a poet who sings, Hannah combines mesmerising vocals, bittersweet lyrics and fluid keys-playing as she reaches out and gently draws you into her rich inner landscape through her songs. It is a terrain scattered with keenly observed detail, open-hearted vulnerability, and a profound awareness of light and shadow. A prolific and restless writer, for Hannah words and music represent solace, connection and survival. They are the breathings of her heart – her way of finding a pathway through this beautiful broken world, of sharing it with others, and of asking: “do you see it too?”
With a deep appreciation for each other’s musical language and a shared ambition as fellow songwriters, these two will be joining forces to intertwine their songs for an evening that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat, the tips of your toes, hanging on every word, whilst awaiting each new musical meandering!
Drinks (both alcoholic and soft) and snacks will be able available from the Courtyard Café.