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The Webb Sisters to play three live Polish dates
March 4, 2014   
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The Webb Sisters known for their angelic voices as well as for performing with Leonard Cohen and many other remarkable musicians over the last few years are soon beginning their European tour in Poland where they will give three concerts March 9-11.

Born into a family of musicians in Kent, England, Charley and Hattie are The Webb Sisters. Dynamic performers with expressive voices and plangent harmonies, The Webb Sisters are also multi-instrumentalists and songwriters. Their singing and playing (harp, guitar, mandolin, piano and drums) draw from the folk and pop traditions of Britain and the United States.

So far the Webb Sisters have recorded three albums .Their album ‘Savages' was produced by multiple Grammy Award winning producer Peter Asher and 'Baroque Thoughts' (featured on 'Savages') won the International Music Award for 'best Adult Contemporary Song'.
A few years back The Webb Sisters were chosen to join Leonard Cohen's live band on his first tour in fifteen years. The record-breaking tour has played over 300 concerts to date.

The Webb Sisters have also played numerous successful gigs on their own and performed alongside Richard Thompson, Jamie Cullum, Rufus Wainwright, Gotye, Jason Mraz, James Morrison, Kubb, Katie Melua, Leya and Joe Echo. They also received an invitation to sing on Sting's album ‘If On a Winter’s Night…’.

During Polish concerts the Webbs will be playing some old favorites, some songs off their recent “Savages” album and some brand new ones as well.

March 9 at 8pm at Fabryka Trzciny in Warsaw, Otwocka 14
March 10 at 8 pm at Teatr Slaski in Katowice, Rynek 10,
March 11 at 8 pm - Synagoga Pod Bocianem in Wroc³aw, Wlodkowica 7
Go to www.thewebbsisters.com to buy tickets".
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