Square_H_White R home recommended_events search_white ticket_shop trending_events
What's On In Bristol Buy Gig Tickets Trending Bristol Gigs Recommended Events in Bristol ADD EVENT
Headfirst Bristol:
Bristol Gigs Bristol Clubs Events
Monday 2nd December 2019

Katherine Priddy + Steph Grace

— The Wardrobe Theatre
Priddy’s original works are delivered with an emotional maturity, depth and a vulnerable tenderness that still carries a darker edge.
time:20:00
price: Tickets Below

Information:

The last year months have been a whirlwind for Birmingham-based folk artist Katherine Priddy, who, having recently emerged onto the scene with her long-awaited debut EP 'Wolf', has been turning heads and steadily gaining notoriety. ‘Wolf’ has been championed by the BBC 2 Folk Show, BBC 6 Music’s Gideon Coe and Tom Robinson and BBC Wales, as well as receiving exceptional reviews. The great Richard Thompson named it as his 'Best Thing I've Heard All Year' in MOJO Magazine whilst Folk Radio UK pronounced the release to be "something extraordinary indeed...one of the most beautiful voices I’ve ever heard. Her tone, phrasing pitch and sentiment...it’s flawless". After quickly selling out of the original pressing of ‘Wolf’, Priddy bowed to popular demand and released it digitally, as well as selling out two further re-presses of the EP. 

Priddy’s original works are delivered with an emotional maturity, depth and a vulnerable tenderness that still carries a darker edge, citing Nick Drake, John Martyn, Tunng and Imagined Village amongst her many influences. Her lyrics are particularly noteworthy - a tribute to her life-long love affair with literature and poetry and the stories she weaves are transporting. It is clear that, despite the delicate nuances of her sound, Katherine Priddy is not a fragile wallflower destined to fade away, but a young woman who means business.

“The Best Thing I’ve Heard All Year” - Richard Thompson in MOJO

https://www.facebook.com/KatherinePriddy/
www.youtube.com/watch?v=iq34LkghY38

One woman, one guitar, one incredible voice. Australian performer Steph Grace is proof that some of the best music comes from the purest ingredients. That’s what European crowds took away when they witnessed Steph supporting English artist Passenger on his 2019 summer tour: 6000+ crowd arenas spellbound by the power of her pure, honest and rousing folk-soul storytelling. After a decade mastering her craft in the pubs and streets of Europe and Australia, the Sydney-born artist relocated to Europe in 2018 to team up in the studio with Chris Vallejo (Passenger, INXS, John Spencer Blues Explosion, et al.). With solo shows and summer festival bookings locked in throughout Europe and beyond, Steph is an independent artist on the cusp. And it all comes down to that incredible voice – as well as the soul behind it.

https://www.stephaniegrace.com.au
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=8&v=IBTXEDyKxOs
WHO'S GOING:

Artist Videos:

YouTube
YouTube
YouTube
YouTube

Artist Audio:

Katherine Priddy
--:--
Wolf (EP Version) - Stereo - Katherine Priddy
2:35

Tickets for Similar Events:

Mullholland, Hoggs Bison, Forever Overhead at Mullholland + Forever Overhead + Hoggs Bison in Bristol
Today
Mullholland, Hoggs Bison, Forever Overhead
Independent Venue Week Launch
Black Lips at The Fleece in Bristol
Today
Black Lips
Plus special guests Holiday Ghosts + The Starlight Magic Hour
Simple Things presents Carla dal Forno at Exchange in Bristol
Today
Simple Things presents Carla dal Forno
Blackest Ever Black and Low Company affiliate Carla dal Forno performs tracks form her new LP Look Up Shark
Slagheap Record Launch Party at Rough Trade Bristol in Bristol
Tomorrow
Slagheap Record Launch Party
Slagheap, Grandma’s House, Clunk and Olivia Parr & Hannah Jowett
Mega Bog at Cafe Kino in Bristol
Tomorrow
Mega Bog
Paradise of Bachelors signee, last in Bristol with Big Thief
CC Smugglers  at The Old Market Assembly in Bristol
Tomorrow
CC Smugglers
Infamously engaging live performances
Jim Blomfield Trio at the Forge in Bristol
Tomorrow
Jim Blomfield Trio
The music, at times delicate and atmospheric, at others intricate and intense, will engage the listener in a fascinating musical journey.
SONGS FOR DRELLA at The Cube in Bristol
Tomorrow
SONGS FOR DRELLA
Lou Reed and John Cale's amazing album about Andy Warhol covered by Jonny Velon and Chris Apthomas