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Sadie and the Hotheads
Sadie and the Hotheads were born in 2007 when McGovern took guitar lessons and was encouraged to write her own songs. After a collection had been composed, her teacher Steve Nelson introduced her to his brother Simon who started recording the songs and put together a band of musicians to support the project. "Your 'Sadie' is that thing inside you which makes you unique - explains McGovern. "Everyone has it". The songs which make up the band's repertoire could have come from various periods from the last hundred years, incorporating Victorian Parlour Ballads, fractured, minimalist riffs and tango rhythms. The band's debut album I Can Wait was released in 2007 and although there is a strong 'Country' influence throughout, the audience are kept on their toes with a fusion of Spanish guitar and melodic piano chords that give it a truly original sound.
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This tour was postponed on Jan. 7th 2012. ...the promoter that the recently announced Sadie and the Hotheads concert at the Epstein Theatre has been postponed until further notice, the UK tour has been postponed due to a clash with re-scheduled Downton Abbey filming.
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