GEMMA HAYES | SORREL NATION | DANNI NICHOLLSGUEST LIST FULL | Doors 18:45 | Live 19:15 | Finish 10:30
Gemma Hayes is a much loved and respected Irish singer songwriter. Her debut album, ‘Night On My Side’, was released in 2002, for which she won Best Female Artist at the Hot Press Awards and a Mercury Prize nomination.
Since then she has released 4 critically acclaimed studio albums and a limited-edition live album. Gemma is constantly in demand for film and tv placements – her version of Chris Isaak’s Wicked Game, recorded for the US TV series Pretty Little Liars, has over 20 million streams on Spotify alone.
Gemma is currently working on a new album which she herself describes as deconstructed folk-pop. In early 2023 Gemma will be releasing a song called “High & Low” from the new album - with the album itself scheduled for later in the year.
Kent born songstress Sorrel Nation brings you a soulful mix of folk, pop, country and rock songs, with powerful vocals and haunting melodies.
Sorrels recent EP ‘Walk With Me’ is her first release since debut EP ‘Kids On The Run’ in 2016, and with plenty of new material under her belt Sorrel is planning her debut album.
Sorrel made a name for herself performing at well known music venues across London and the South East, supporting folk legends such as Dave Swarbrick & Martin Carthy, Canadian folk duo Madison Violet, and rock legend Tom Hingley from Inspiral Carpets.
Her latest string of notable performances include performing at Glastonbury Festival, Black Deer Festival, and many more across the UK singing with The Magic Teapot Live Music Venue
Sorrel will be joined on stage by guitarist Sam Anderson.
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