The Neverwhere Sisters

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Tickets are non-refundable

November 12, 2020 7:00 pm

The Neverwhere Sisters is a duo of original music written, arranged, and performed by WNC musicians Carrie Morrison and JamieLeigh Bennett. The two have collaborated for almost two years, and named their duo in honor of the Neil Gaiman novel, and their friendship and musical soul connection.

 

Carrie Morrison's music will break your heart - in the best way. Melodic and memorable, her songs get under your skin. A native of Louisville, Ky., Carrie started playing piano at age seven. She moved to western North Carolina in 2004, and has been a popular act at a variety of venues for over a decade. She is known for strong melody and personal lyrics, ranging from the deeply emotional to the slightly silly. Her EP "Carolina Blonde" was released in 2013 and produced by the late Terry Wetton. Her latest album, "Miles and Miles," was produced by Chris Rosser, of Hollow Reed Arts Studio and award-winning ensemble Free Planet Radio, and was released in 2017. Carrie enjoys collaborations with several WNC artists onstage and in the studio. Her new duo with JamieLeigh Bennett, The Neverwhere Sisters, offers symphonic elements with original music in the form of her piano/vocals and JamieLeigh's cello, flute and vocals. Carrie is a teacher of Exceptional Children at Brevard High School. She is married to Mike, the love of her life, her champion, and best roadie. 

 

Jamie Leigh Bennett is a cellist and flutist living in Hendersonville, NC.  A native of NJ, Jamie Leigh has also lived in CT, WV, GA, UT, NV, and moved to WNC in July of 2014.  She received her Bachelor’s in Music Therapy from the University of Georgia and her Master’s in Flute Performance from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  

Upon moving to WNC, Jamie Leigh began performing with Hope Griffin and can be heard on cello and flute on Griffin’s albums, Where the Soil and the Stars Meet and And the Lights Will Shine.  She has also recorded with other artists in the area, including Andrew Thelston and Debbie Jackson.  

Jamie Leigh also performs with Carrie Morrison as the duo The Neverwhere Sisters. The unique combination of piano, cello, flute, and vocals really seems to capture an audience, while also being something Jamie Leigh and Carrie look forward to doing together.  

Jamie Leigh enjoys traveling locally and around the country in pursuit of her music career.  She also teaches flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone and cello at the WNC Music Academy, out of a private studio at her house, and at local schools, such as Polk County Middle and High, Hendersonville Middle and High, and Rugby Middle.  She will be starting a MusicTogether program at the Academy as soon as COVID allows trainings to reopen. 

Jamie Leigh lives in Hendersonville with her husband Rob, son Kyllian, two dogs and two cats. 

 

Jamie Leigh Bennett is a cellist and flutist living in Hendersonville, NC.  A native of NJ, Jamie Leigh has also lived in CT, WV, GA, UT, NV, and moved to WNC in July of 2014.  She received her Bachelor’s in Music Therapy from the University of Georgia and her Master’s in Flute Performance from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.  

Upon moving to WNC, Jamie Leigh began performing with Hope Griffin and can be heard on cello and flute on Griffin’s albums, Where the Soil and the Stars Meet and And the Lights Will Shine.  She has also recorded with other artists in the area, including Andrew Thelston and Debbie Jackson.  

Jamie Leigh also performs with Carrie Morrison as the duo The Neverwhere Sisters. The unique combination of piano, cello, flute, and vocals really seems to capture an audience, while also being something Jamie Leigh and Carrie look forward to doing together.  

Jamie Leigh enjoys traveling locally and around the country in pursuit of her music career.  She also teaches flute, oboe, clarinet, saxophone and cello at the WNC Music Academy, out of a private studio at her house, and at local schools, such as Polk County Middle and High, Hendersonville Middle and High, and Rugby Middle.  She will be starting a MusicTogether program at the Academy as soon as COVID allows trainings to reopen. 

Jamie Leigh lives in Hendersonville with her husband Rob, son Kyllian, two dogs and two cats. 

Live shows will be looking a little different in order to do our part with social distancing while still filling the space we have available efficiently. Tickets will now be sold as tables.  Take a look at the diagram below and find a table that will best suit you and your guests and then make your reservation by purchasing the entire table.  

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