Shotgun at the Warehouse
21 January 2019 | Art and Entertainment
Blending folk, rockabilly, country and alternative, Shotgun Tori is a storyteller who sings straight from her heart and her feet, sharing tales of heartache and infidelity, of being brave and imperfect, the road and the secrets of being human.
A woman with a voice and a guitar, her subject matter is approached with an interesting, occasionally humorous, yet always insightful life view. Her touching, raw vocal delivery is both tender and powerful.
Tori's music puts you on the spot, in the moment, while sometimes fun and upbeat, it is often gentle and heart-wrenching.
The Johannesburg-based vocalist and guitarist is touring from the Cape to Windhoek on her second Namibian tour. With over 300 live performances since her debut in 2011, her personal record is three shows on one day.
Tori is a fiercely independent, creative and hard-working artist who is not afraid of trying out new sounds, styles or business models. Her passion for life and music resound from both her live performances and her recordings, making her a must see attraction at any live show.
According to her, she is excited to get on the road again and reconnect with an audience that loves folk music. “It is, after all, the music of shared experience – tales of real life in song; music designed to resonate with and connect people.”
See her live next Friday (25 January) at the Boiler Room at 21:00.