Happy New Year! and thank you to all who supported my music throughout 2012. The end of year show at Birmingham Conservatoire on December 15th was serene, for one moment everything appeared to come together. I’m lucky to be able to collaborate with such talented musicians who illustrate and illuminate my lyrics so beautifully. Listen to a recording of the show here, and view photos here.
Fri Jan 25th 2013: St Pancras Old Church, Pancras Road London NW1 1UL
Doors 7 pm, Music starts 8 pm
The Old Church is an enchanting venue and real favourite amongst the artist’s community, playing host to intimate concerts from Jason Mraz, James Blake, Newton Faulkner, Pete Roe, Marcus Foster, and Emmy The Great. In addition to individual live sets from each artist they’ll be collaborations, unique to the event.
Press info / artist profiles…
PAUL MOSLEY Performing on the eve of his debut release with the legendary Folkwit Records label, musical adventurer Paul Mosley has been described as ‘A cults cult, a real gem’ (Drowned In Sound) and it’s not hard to see why he’s picked up fans such as Graham Coxon when you listen to his magical, captivating, technically brilliant and downright rude songs.
DAN WHITEHOUSE Music Industry bible Music Week state that Dan’s lyrics “involuntarily swerve your gaze to the sky” whilst Tom Robinson of BBC 6 Music heralds his work as ‘sensational’. Following on from his 3 EPs (The Balloon, The Bubble, The Box), in 2012 he released “a serene and nuanced debut album” (Guitarist), and Old Church is the perfect environment to witness his direct, confessional performance.
REBECCA DE WINTER Taking the name of Du Maurier’s eponymous heroine, Rebecca is a spell binding performer who invites listener’s into her specific and enchanting world. Her sound fuses alt. pop sensibilities with the pure piano balladry of Ben Folds and Regina Spektor, and she performs with an eclectic ensemble of musicians. She has recently toured with The Leisure Society, Eve Selis Amy Wadge and Au Revoir Simone.