Gudrun’s Sisters – Songs of Heartbreak and Harlotry

Gudrun’s sisters play the blues like Bessie Smith and Ethel Waters. If you like your music colourful but morose? Gudrun’s Sisters will entertain you with cut-throat honesty, glorious tunes and wicked laughs.

Gudrun’s Sisters are Jacqui Wicks (voice and ukulele) and Seonaid Matheson (fiddle), they’ll lull you into a false sense of security with their dulcet tones, but listen closely, these sirens are singing  songs of Murder, Adultery and Harlotry.


‘Gleefully Grubby and Quite Magnificent’ Wrecking Ball Press

By ‘eck you can’t half chant galDerek The Draw, The Blockheads

‘THAT was the second best blues performance I have ever seen, the first was Lucky Lopez Evans’ William Thirsk Gaskill, poet.

‘You just sang my life’ Social Worker from Sheffield

‘Thank you so much for the amazing music and atmosphere’ Gudrun Sjoden UK


‘The evening kicked off with music from Gudrun’s Sisters, an acoustic duo of fiddle and ukulele who sang songs of heartbreak and harlotry. They are gleefully grubby and quite magnificent. They only did four songs, one about Satan, a saucy number about an organ grinder, a murder ballad and a cheerful little ditty about heroin addiction and syphilis. I fell instantly in love.’

Russ Litten, Wrecking Ball Press.