Though often described as a minimalist, Charlie Cunningham’s music is anything but bare bones. Rich with dreamy instrumentals, yearning nylon guitar and cascading, melancholic piano with soothing vocals leading the charge to produce a sound that is equal parts nostalgic as it is unfamiliar and enticing.
A true “under the radar” success story, Charlie Cunningham’s delicate and focused compositions have already earned him over half a billion streams as he fast approaches his 500th performance, a headline slot at the iconic Queen Elizabeth Hall in London and an ever-expanding international fanbase, which has seen him become a regular fixture in prestigious venues across Europe.
With a new album, ‘Frame’ poised for release in March 2023, the singer-songwriter has alluded to a newfound desire for sonic exploration with the latest single ‘So It Seems.’ This new venture sees Charlie embracing sophisticated homage to golden era jazz, neo-classical composition and even art rock – all the while maintaining his masterful pared-back and clear-eyed musicality.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Age: 14+ (Under 16s to be accompanied by an Adult)
Start time: 19.30
“A blanket of soft, soothing sounds to turn to when life gets a little tough – a perfect escape for daydreamers and night-thinkers.”
When The Horn Blows
St George’s Bristol
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