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March 2018

March 2018 Another Month of wintry weather, but thankfully we’re seeing the start of something that almost looks like spring. We were very lucky not to have to cancel any gigs due to the ice and snow, but we also want to encourage you to support any of your favourite artists that might have been affected by buying a CD or two. The only time Kadia came close to being a little nervous about...

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February 2018

As it turned out, Kadia’s first gig of the year was also Jim Moray’s first gig of the year. Both shared the stage at the Atkinson in Southport for a double headline event. Before we even get to the music, it has to be said that the venue is incredible. The building wouldn’t be out of place in Westminster and it has recently enjoyed quite the facelift courtesy of a mind-blowing...

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January 2018

It didn’t take long to get into the swing of things this year. The festival list is growing fast and we’ve been lucky enough secure gigs at some fantastic venues where we’ve spotted some spaces in a very full calendar. Some of these festivals and concerts have already published ticket links so we would urge you to buy early to save disappointment. It also makes a massive...

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December 2017

An Outlandish Year It’s been a pretty epic year for Kadia. 2017 saw the creation of our second national release, the Outlandish Collection. The EP followed in the footsteps of the award winning East of Alexandria and built on the success of that album, attracting high praise from reviewers and radio DJs. We spent the year sharing the arrangements alongside sneak previews of a new album as...

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September 2017

The Secret is Out! Wimborne Minster Folk Festival 2018 So by now you’ve probably heard about the projects we’ve been working on behind the scenes. It’s a massive honour for us to be able to share that we’ve been asked to curate the Minster Church during the Wimborne Minster Folk Festival 2018. The building is spectacular and cathedral-like in its proportions. We’re...

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