10th Apr 2017
| ||ReviewSuch a pleasure to witness O'Hooley & Tidow's return to The Cellar on Saturday evening - an all round success with a good sized audience in - a lovely atmosphere - and two outstanding performers.|
There were moments when the delicacy of Belinda's keyboard playing ushered in an aura of rapt marvel from the audience - and this was stroked to another level of pleasure by the velvet etched harmonic tapestry that she weaved with Heidi. Utterly delicious.
Too many highlights to mention but Two Mothers, Like Horses, Made In England and especially Beryl were the stand-out moments for me - cascading harmonies soaring to a crescendo against dramatically pulsating piano work in a tribute to the triumph against all the odds of cyclist Beryl Burton.
Joni Mitchell's 'The River' was meant to be the final song of the evening but a vibrant Cellar audience were having none of that and so two encores followed - the last delivered a cappella from the middle of an extremely appreciative crowd.
Steve Kelly 5th April 2017.
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