Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Catholic folk musicians to rock cathedral

Band of two to create echoing voices of praise

Joanna Grennan and Emma Fradd carrying shoes and a drum. (Photo Credit: Interior Castle)
Emma Fradd and Joanna Grennan, who perform under the band name Interior Castle, will be playing in the Holy Rosary Cathedral's Hall.
Interior Castle’s Jo & Emma produce an engaging mix of harmonious guitar with warm vocals delivering careful, deliberate poetry of a pleasingly infectious quality. This Australian and English duo met in Canada in 2013 and were instantly excited by their complimentary writing styles and the sounds they created. 
The duo are devout Catholics who show their faith in the lyrics of the very music they create. With three singles under their belt, the women perform with a mixture of alt-folk and indie rock. Canadian folk artist, Sarah Farthing, will feature in the concert.

The concert is on Aug. 22, 7-10 p.m. Admission is by donation, and a reception and social will follow the performance.

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