The Joy of Waiting, a new album by Manchester musician and writer Sara Lowes, features songs inspired by J.B. Priestley, and in particular his interest in time. The titles? “Bright Day“, “The Chapman of Rhymes” and “J.B. Priestley”!
Sara’s music is difficult to categorise – you will have to hear her for yourself – but this description from Q Magazine will give you an inkling of her style:
“A voice somewhere between Alison Goldfrapp and Joni Mitchell, and songs that veer between folk, Brill Building pop and Dexys Midnight Runners-esque soul”.
J.B. Priestley Society members get a treat at the Society’s AGM on 11 April as Sara is to be our very special guest. Not to mention a luxury afternoon tea. Bliss!
Check out Sara’s website to hear her songs and find out more.