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Fairytale year continues for multi-award-winning duo
Rob and Sarah Skinner finishing up the season on local ground
Warkworth – Tues., Oct. 17, 2023 – The Red Dirt Skinners show is coming to Warkworth Town Hall on Nov. 10, and tickets are selling very quickly to fans itching to see this astounding husband and wife duo return to the stage.
For fans of Pink Floyd, Supertramp, Simon and Garfunkel, Queen, David Bowie, and similar, this highly original multi-award winning, multi-genre band should be on your bucket list!
The Red Dirt Skinners are known and loved throughout Canada and the U.K. for their heartwarming stories and awe-inspiring concerts. Theirs is a high-energy show of sublime musicianship. This act are the Real Deal and make genuine connections with their audiences wherever they play. One audience member recently described the band’s show as having “mended my tattered soul.”
Sarah Skinner’s recovery from a partial bilateral lung collapse following Covid complications has been well-documented in the press, and the pair’s return to the stage has been met with sold-out shows across Canada this Fall.
The Red Dirt Skinners are returning to our area to play their last few shows of the year. The next one is at the Warkworth Town Hall.
Speaking of their year, Sarah describes it as a whirlwind. “From not knowing if I’d ever perform again, to selling out almost every show, it’s been a dream come true. Our audiences have over-filled our hearts this year.”
Expect to be taken on a musical journey that will stay with you for weeks after the concert. The Red Dirt Skinners combine heartfelt storytelling with world-class musicianship and vocal harmonies that will leave you feeling positive and inspired. Their latest album ranked in Music News Magazine’s Top 20 of 2021 (alongside Adele and Taylor Swift). This is a MUST-SEE act.
Tickets are available from https://tinyurl.com/rdsww and it is strongly recommended that if you’re looking for an incredible night of the intimacy of campfire stories coupled with musicianship worthy of Massey Hall, this is the show for you.