Eva Cassidy – Songbird
- Mark Robertson
- 1 August 2007
This article is from 2007.
Eva Cassidy’s music was virtually unknown outside her hometown of Washington DC during her lifetime. She died in 1996 and in 2001 her album Songbird was discovered and became a huge hit, selling in excess of four million copies worldwide. There’s another chance to enjoy the magic of Cassidy’s songs in this show where Hayley Clare utilises her own honeyed tones to deliver her own take on the subtle genius of Cassidy’s work.
Assembly Universal Arts, 623 3030, 8.50pm, £12.50–11.50 (£11.50–10.50).