Scott Walker is one of popular music's most fascinating and elusive artists. With a career that began with 1960's pop stardom in The Walker Brothers and critically acclaimed solo albums Scotts 1 to 4, Walker seemed to vanish in the subsequent decade before finding a new audience of devotees and becoming one of music's most celebrated avant garde composers, Scott Walker's is a career that has followed it's own unique path. Now a revered and celebrated artist Walker may not perform live anymore but his work continues to reach new audiences through concerts such as 2017's BBC Prom and now this, The Scott Walker Songbook; a brand new show celebrating the artist's 50 year career. Join singer Andy Davies and pianist Kirsty Newton for an intimate evening for both Scott Walker fans and newcomers alike. "A singer for me is more like someone who is standing alone with a microphone like Scott Walker, rather than someone who is bashing a plank and is spitting all over a microphone." - Graham Coxon Performing at Zedel for one night only The Scott Walker Songbook shines a light on some of the the wonderful songs of a rich and varied career. Including favourites such as Orpheus, Montague Terrace (In Blue), Plastic Palace People, Rosemary, Boy Child and Farmer in the City, All music lovers are welcome. Just piano, voice and Scott.