Texas songstress set for intimate village hall gig

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A talented singer-songwriter from Nashville is set to perform in Walkington in March as part of the buildup to the Cornucopia Festival.

Highly acclaimed musician Bonnie Bishop will play at Walkington Village Hall on Sunday 16 March.

The Texan born star has seen her songs appear on the TV series Nashville and her recent song ‘Not Cause I Wanted To’ has been recorded by Bonnie Raitt on her latest album.

Bonnie Bishop will be appearing at Walkington as part of an extensive UK tour, and this will be a great chance to see a truly original artist in an intimate venue.

Peter Rolinson, one of the organisers of the Cornucopia Festival, said: “She’s making quite a name for herself on the Nashville scene and we’re very pleased to have Bonnie playing here.”

The evening will also feature support from local singer Neil Thomas and a real ale bar will be available.

Cornucopia 2014 will take place on 26th and 27th September and full details of this year’s event, including earlybird ticket availability, will be released by March 1st.

Tickets for the Bonnie Bishop show are priced at just £8 and are available from Walkington Village Shop or by calling 07969 457382. For more details about Bonnie’s music please go to www.bonniebishop.com

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