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Well crafted songs, flawless harmonies and an undeniable chemistry.


Alice Howe and Freebo present a unique study in contrasts, bringing together a rising voice in Americana music and a venerable rock, folk, and blues icon. Each a compelling performer in their own right, they both lead and support each other in their well-crafted songs with flawless harmonies and tasteful instrumentation. They have worked as creative collaborators in the studio and on stage since 2017. Freebo weaves his unique fretless bass stylings into Alice's superb vocals for a presentation with undeniable chemistry.

To hear Alice Howe sing is to be enraptured by the natural, unaffected beauty of her voice. There's no artifice, no histrionics - just honest, authentic, emotionally resonant singing in the tradition of the roots music that shaped her.

Freebo is best known for his decade of touring and recording with Bonnie Raitt, and has distinguished himself as one of the great bassists of our time, playing on records with CSN, Maria Muldaur, John Mayall, Ringo Starr, Dr. John, and Neil Young as well as appearing on Saturday Night Live, The Midnight Special, The Muppet Show, and in concert with the legendary Spinal Tap. A live musical experience with Freebo is astute, insightful, clever, and truly melodic.

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Advance£14.00 per adult
On The Door£16.00 per adult

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Alice Howe And Freebo

Type:Music

The Black Dyke Mills Heritage Venue, Black Dyke Mills, Brighouse Road, Queensbury, BD13 1QA
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