Date: Thursday, 16.04.2015
Venue: The Voodoo Rooms (Speakeasy), 19a West Register Street, EH2 2AA Edinburgh
Tickets: £10, Tickets-Scotland
As part of the This Mortal Coil collective, Louise Rutkowski ethereal vocal can be heard on the albums "Filigree and Shadow" and "Blood", both of which (along with first album "It'll End in Tears"). Louise's distinctive voice can also be heard as lead vocalist on the This Mortal Coil follow-up project, The Hope Blister, on the critically acclaimed 1998 "Smile's OK" album. These projects established Louise on an international scale and secured her a dedicated fan base and cult following.
Her first solo album, "Diary of a Lost Girl", co-written with Irvin Duguid, who also produced the album, was released on 21 February 2014, funded through direct-to-fan platform PledgeMusic.
Since its release, "Diary" has been featured on BBC Radio Scotland's "Culture Studio" (Janice Forsyth), Tom Morton, Roddy Hart, and on Clyde 2, with extensive airplay and a live session on Billy Sloan.
A single from the album, "Help Me", was released on 31 March 2014, and has been receiving regular airplay from Radio 2, BBC Radio Scotland, and many regional digital stations.
In 2014 Louise Rutkowski was interview and also performed at Polish Scottish Heritage Trail Festival in Edinburgh
Interview with Louise Rutkowski for Polish Scottish Heritage documentary, "Musical Connections" 7:57 - 11:25.