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“...they lifted the mood of the audience as soon as they appeared on stage...” - Relaxx Records
Hear the songbirds flying from above bringing the renewed energy, joy, and messages for your heart! Meet Lady Phoenix, Lord Crow, Mr Heron and Mr Owl and enjoy every moment filled with magic, synchronicity, flow & rhythms.
However you describe the band, with their hints of easy jazz, folk or blues, their strength lies in a performance of joyous playfulness with theatrical elements that echo the exuberance of the '60s.
More about the Mystical Birds
Lady Phoenix has made West Dorset her home and following two solo albums with Mr Heron they joined with percussionist Mr Owl and bass player Lord Crow to form the Mystical Birds. The band was launched in March 2020 to an empty Lyric Theatre Bridport. The first album "Lyric Lockdown Live" was recorded that day and was released in 2021.
Rooted in Folk music, there are touches of Jazz, Blues and Chanson. Drawing on the musical backgrounds of the four members they add Owl’s infectious Brazilian grooves, grown from his time leading The Blackdown Samba to Heron’s past with Folk/Prog pioneers Heron and his decade with Mungo Jerry to the Punk poetry of Crow and Phoenix’s distinctive central European delivery. The result is a melting pot of music that never fails to stir the soul.
Phoenix’s songs are drawn from the self-awareness of life spent travelling and a sharing of universal themes of empowerment, spirituality and positivity. She says “I am a singer songwriter who dares... I dare to sing, dare to share, dare to enjoy my life to the fullest! My music is my healer, my companion, the voice of my soul”
Praise for Lady Phoenix:
“Her songs are so touching that it has brought tears to my eyes as the words are so poignant.”
“Her music inspires, fills me and so many others with lightness and hope.”
"... her story is of one of life's virtuosos. She has indisputable talents in musicianship as poet, songwriter, composer, singer, and performance artist.”
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