About Oxford Music and Folk presents, Charlie Dore with Julian Littman
Charlie Dore, with long-term collaborator and one-man symphony orchestra Julian Littman of Steeleye Span, are live at the Quaker Meeting House on 19 March.
They’ll showcase her latest album, Like Animals, alongside favourites from the past 7 albums, including the double award-winning Dark Matter.
Although this is a Spring show, Charlie plans to fly in the face of seasonal tradition and share 3 songs from her newest release, the EP ‘The Man Who Built Christmas’, on the basis that a good song isn’t just for Christmas.
The line-up promises a set of contemporary eclectica, as the duo swaps guitars, piano, mandolin, harmonium, ukulele and autoharp – plus of course, a take on her iconic hit “Pilot of the Airwaves”, always a crowd-pleaser.
★★★★ “Beatific of voice, fragrant of melody and lyrically fearless” —MOJO
★★★★ “A gift for melody…brave, poignant…entertaining and original” —The Guardian