Country stars Zoe Muth & The Lost High Rollers are to play Inverness at the end of October.
"Whatever “it” is, Muth currently possesses skip loads of “it”."  –Maverick Magazine
“Whatever “it” is, Muth currently possesses skip loads of “it”.” –Maverick Magazine
Listing Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, the Bangles as early influences she developed a passion for old time country and bluegrass through the likes of Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie the Carter Family. She has drawn similarities to the likes of Gillian Welch ,Loretta Lynn and Kitty Wells The Austin based singer-songwriter (accompanied by her band) released their first album in 2009 and has been establishing herself as one of the brightest new talents on the Americana circuit. 2014 has brought her third album, ‘World of Strangers’ which is described as “slow building and spacious, often dream-like and fearless in it’s demand of your time and attention”. Indeed the Telegraph proclaims that Zoe brings “Authentic old Country, done afresh” whilst R2 Magazine acknowledges that she “delivers a classic country sound with a voice full of soul”. Zoe arrives back in the UK off the back of a USA tour that took her from Seattle to New York (and 18 dates in between). Zoe Muth & The Lost High Rollers play on Wednesday October 29: Eden Court Theatre, Inverness.7.30pm Tickets available via Eden Court website and you can more details on Zoe through her website
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