AWARD-winning UK singer-songwriters Steve Tilston and Jez Lowe will perform at West Kirby Arts Centre as part of their new album tour next month.

The have found inspiration in working together and celebrate their debut CD release The Janus Game with a small tour that includes a show at the Wirral venue on Friday, November 10.

When the acoustic folk musicians started working together whilst on tour in the USA a few years ago, Steve and Jez realised they could be onto something special.

Some time passed before the two could reunite again, but the spark was lit and plans were afoot. 

Then in 2015 Tilston & Lowe embarked on their debut UK tour, sharing the stage and swapping songs.

A spokeswoman for the show said: "Tilston and Lowe's concerts are filled with songs and music, chat and banter and intimate insights into their approach to their craft.

"Head to head, neck and neck (guitar necks, that is!) and audiences can listen in as they rekindle the spontaneity of their late-night living-room song swaps."

Jez Lowe who received a double nomination in the 2015 BBC Folk Awards for best singer and best new song, also tours with his band The Bad Pennies and with The Pitmen Poets.

He is also principal writer on award-winning BBC series The Radio Ballads.

Regarded as one of the busiest live performers in the country, his songs are among the most widely sung by others.

Steve Tilston has been described as "a complete guitarist," "a singer songwriter of rare talent and "absurdly accomplished." 

He's toured with John Renbourn's Ship of Fools, traditional singer Maggie Boyle, with Maartin Allcock and Pete Zorn as WAZ!, Ballet Rambert, and with daughter Martha.

He's the writer of the classics The Slipjigs and Reels, The Naked Highwayman and Here's To Tom Paine.

His songs have been covered by a who’s who of the folk scene.

He's won a BBC Folk Award; best original song, appeared on Later with Jools Holland and BBC4 Songwriters Circle.

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