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Grammy nominee Jarosz shows her class

Multiple Grammy nominee Sarah Jarosz during Sunday night's sell-out show at Mareel. Photo: Dale Smith Multiple Grammy nominee Sarah Jarosz during Sunday night's sell-out show at Mareel. Photo: Dale Smith AMERICANA songstress and multi-instrumentalist Sarah Jarosz, who is nominated for four Grammy Awards in LA next month, put on a sold-out show at Mareel on Sunday night. 

The Texan-born Jarosz, flanked by bassist Jeff Picker and guitarist Anthony Da Costa, shared numerous songs from last year’s acclaimed ‘Undercurrent’ album along with cuts from her back catalogue during a beguiling 90-minute set, with support provided by local singer-songwriter Arthur Nicholson. 

The 25 year old, who was signed to a major record label whilst still in high school, received a huge ovation after rounding off her set with a melodic rendition of fellow Texan Nanci Griffith’s I Wish It Would Rain.

Jeff Picker, Sarah Jarosz and Anthony Da Costa playing in perfect harmony. Photo: Dale Smith Jeff Picker, Sarah Jarosz and Anthony Da Costa playing in perfect harmony. Photo: Dale Smith

Jarosz said she had really warmed to Shetland and couldn't wait to come back. Photo: Dale Smith. Jarosz said she had really warmed to Shetland and couldn't wait to come back. Photo: Dale Smith. Arthur Nicholson shared some new songs he's been working on along with SIBC radio hits from his 'Sticks and Stones' album. Photo: Dale Smith. Arthur Nicholson shared some new songs he's been working on along with SIBC radio hits from his 'Sticks and Stones' album. Photo: Dale Smith.

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