Collaboration makes an arresting sound

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Joan As Police Woman celebrates a decade of continuous acclaim and international success by presenting her new (5th studio) Album and Concert tour entitled “Let It Be You” from which she will perform songs at Hebden Bridge Trades Club on Thursday, November 17.

Joan is known to many for her collaborations with Antony, Rufus Wainwright Lou Reed and David Sylvian. A deeply soulful artist who crosses musical genres effortlessly.

“Let It Be You” is wonderful and liberating, a true collaboration from creation to stage, this time with fellow Brooklyn multi instrumentalist and songwriter Benjamin Lazar Davis (Cuddle Magic, Bridget Kearney).

Performing with full band, Joan As Police Woman and Benjamin Lazar Davis showcase new songs from the album and reimagine landmark recordings from her four previous Joan As Police Woman albums (Real Life, To Survive, The Deep Field, The Classic).

The show starts at 8pm. Tickets are £18 and £16 and can be bought from 01422 845265 or from