Heidi Talbot’s latest album ‘Angels Without Wings’ has picked up a host of glowing reviews since it was released last year.
It’s a stunning album of original songs taking their inspiration from the world of traditional folk music, with guest contributions from artists as diverse as Mark Knopfler, Jerry Douglas, King Creosote, Julie Fowlis and Tim O’Brien.
The good news for music fans is that Heidi will be appearing at MIlngavie Folk Club, in the Fraser Centre, this Saturday, April 19.
Born in Co. Kildare, in Ireland, Heidi grew up in a musical household, and began singing as a child in the church choir her mother played organ and sang for.
After finishing school, she spent time in New York, joining Irish-American supergroup Cherish The Ladies. Her 2008 solo Album ‘In Love And Light’ won her international acclaim, including a US Indie Acoustic Award.
Collaborations with Eddi Reader, Idlewild and Drever, McCusker & Woomble followed, along with multiple BBC Radio 2 Folk award nominations.The majority of Angels Without Wings was written with longtime friend Boo Hewerdine and her husband, the producer and multi-instrumentalist John McCusker.
For more information about Milngavie Folk Club go to:go www.milngaviefolkclub.co.uk