Northumberland based song-writing duo Landermason are delighted to be returning to Coquetdale Music Trust for their second appearance.
The combined talents of Fiona Lander (vocals, piano, saxophone, whistles, recorder and clarinet) and Paul Mason (vocals, guitars and ukulele) are well known for their unique sound which combines traditional and contemporary folk with jazz and other styles.
Their original songs and striking arrangements are beautifully crafted, showcasing the many instruments they play between them. Landermason have recorded 7 studio albums, an EP and produced two charity singles.
They have toured the length and breadth of the UK over the last 20 years and have performed in Europe several times.
Many of their recordings have been aired on the BBC World Service, Radio 2, 3, 4 as well as across the local and digital network. Their version of ‘Dance to your Daddy’ was featured on an episode of ‘The Antiques Roadshow’ whilst Somalia was featured in a BBC documentary ‘Escape From the World’s Most Dangerous Place’ narrated by Scarlett Johansson.
For this performance, they will be joined by Fiona’s new chamber choir ‘Dark Sky Voices’ who will be opening the evening with a short varied set of their own, then joining Landermason on stage for some specially arranged collaborative numbers.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see both acts in one night, performing separately and together in this fabulous venue!
Further information and video footage of both acts can be viewed here:
Tickets £10 / students £5 on sale at Tully’s Rothbury 20 October or reserve them by emailing
Bring your own refreshments