Farthest Field is the debut album of a mellow singing-songwriting duo from Kentucky. This Friday, 12 October, sees them in Malta on the last stop of their European tour playing at the somewhat incongruous but perfectly suited venue of the Hamrun Band Club (Kazin San Gejtanu).
Daniel Martin Moore and Joan Shelley perform songs from the album which was recorded in December, 2011 and February, 2012 in Louisville, Kentucky. The ten original compositions on Farthest Field display the two Kentucky-based musicians at their singing-songwriting best. Their sound is described as “…crystalline, nearly fragile, vocals and minimal, but engaging, accompaniment…,[a] gentle, acoustic music which exhibits a mature and calm transparency that perfectly matches these poetic lyrics about leaving and coming home”. We agree, and say it’s a rare evening treat not to be missed. See and hear for yourself in the clip below. The night will be opened by special guest Claire Tonna. Ticket & event details below.
Stagedive presents Daniel Martin Moore and Joan Shelley, who will be in Malta to promote their album “Farthest Field”. More info on Facebook.
Stream the entire album and more info on the duo here.
Early bird tickets at 8 euro can be booked by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tickets at the door will cost 10 euro.
Kazin San Gejtanu is in the main street of Hamrun, just one block away from the church.
Doors open at 20:00. Claire will be on stage at 20:45, and Daniel + Joan at 21:30.
The event is supported by the American Embassy.