Rugby Library will be hosting renowned folk star Sarah McQuaid on Thursday 4 April as she performs tracks from her new album: If we Dig any Deeper, it could get Dangerous.
Recently honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Ards International Guitar Festival in Northern Ireland, Sarah is performing at Rugby Library showcasing her critically appraised voice, which has been likened to malt whiskey and melted chocolate.
Cllr Kam Kaur said: “We are so pleased to welcome Sarah to Rugby library to showcase some of her new music. We hope that by hosting the event in the library we are making this a truly accessible music experience for fans young and old, bringing live music into the heart of the town centre, and at the same time showcasing what our library has to offer.”
Sarah’s engaging and compelling performances have led the Madrid-born, Chicago-raised, Cornwall-based singer/songwriter to become a highly appraised artist. Sarah plays the piano, electric guitar and drum, in addition to being an accomplished vocalist with ‘a voice as thick and soft as fur’
This won’t be Sarah’s first visit to a Warwickshire library as she performed at Nuneaton Library last year.
Tickets are available for £6 on Eventbrite and in the library.