Sister Bodhi is a collaboration of two singer/songwriters, Jodie Marie and Bella Collins who perform Blues infused original songs and some covers, all laced with delicious Everly Brothers style harmonies.

The duo formed out of an inebriated jam at one of the late night sessions during Tenby Blues Festival 2017.

The following year they were booked for the main stage and their immediate bond, soulful connection, and unique style was so moving that they received a standing ovation from the capacity audience in the De Valence (even though their set departed from blues to include folk, country and beyond!).

Already successful solo artists in their own right, Jodie and Bella have worked with musicians such as Andy Fairweather Low, Bernard Butler, Ed Harcourt, Green Gartside, Will Young, The Troggs, and many more.

Sister Bodhi have just released their debut EP, Carmel, recorded at StudiOwz, a converted chapel at the foot of the Preseli Hills, and it has already gained airplay on Adam Walton and Eve Myles’s BBC Radio shows, as well as our own BB Skone’s Pembrokeshire Music Show on Pure West Radio.

They will be performing an intimate acoustic concert in Burnett’s Hill Chapel, Martletwy, at 7.30pm on Thursday, April 25. Doors: 7pm.

Tickets, priced £10, are available from Main Street Music, Pembroke, or can be reserved on 07900 091664. There may be limited tickets for sale on the night, but please check before travelling to avoid disappointment.