Rowan Godel Trio
The Slaughtered Lamb, Clerkenwell
Tuesday 3rd March 2020
Doors 7:30pm, Live Music 8:15pm
“Following her appearance in Townsend Productions hugely successful touring folk opera “Rouse Ye Women”, written by folk musician, John Kirkpatrick and playwright, Neil Gore, former Oysterband and Levellers collaborator, Rowan Godel brings us her own unique music along with some traditional song and two of the finest musicians on the UK folk scene today.
Rowan last performed at The Slaughtered Lamb as part of John Jones (of the Oysterband) & The Reluctant Ramblers, tonight she returns with her own trio featuring Benji Kirkpatrick ( Bellowhead, Faustus, The Transports) and Tim Cotterell (Martha Tilston, Nick Burbridge)
Singer and songwriter Rowan Godel spent her early years absorbing a rich musical tapestry. Her father, a choir master and classical organist and her mother, a classical singer who also enjoyed folk music and singing in folk clubs.
A versatile and dynamic singer and writer with an original style and a love of vocal harmony and musical arrangement, Rowan has worked with many different artists and genres of music and performance , ranging from folk to jazz to choral and even electronic dance music-writing and recording with music collective“Urban Myth Club” for their album “Helium”.
Throughout her career, Rowan has always remained connected to her roots and her love of folk music and in2015, she released her debut solo e.p “September Skies” -which, along with three of her own songs, features refreshing and delightful takes on two traditional songs. She has recently been appearing live on the UK folkscene with her trio, featuring multi instrumentalists, Benji Kirkpatrick (Bellowhead, Faustus, The Transports) and Tim Cotterell (Martha Tilston, Nick Burbridge).