With her eclectic, soulful Americana, Lady Nade continues to go from strength to strength. The Bristol-born musician’s songwriting is poignant and her rich, velveteen vocals offer a soothing serenity.
Earlier this year she released her third album ‘Willing’ on which “she flexes her considerable songwriting and performance skills” (Holler Country).
Alongside the success of her newest record, Lady Nade is a UK Americana Awards nominee and has garnered support from BBC Radio 2 and been named a “rising star of the Americana scene” by BBC Radio Ulster’s Ralph McLean.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Unreserved seated event
Age: 14+ (Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
This event is supported by PRS Foundation
New music supported by Renishaw
“A rising star of the Americana scene”
Ralph McLean, BBC Radio Ulster
Simeon Hammond Dallas
An overactive mind and a desire to live a life like a travel montage from a rom-com provide the inspiration for her music; a bluesy country-soul amalgamation. An enemy of dichotomy, her music is soft and vulnerable while packing a punch at the same time.
Church of St Thomas the Martyr
The venue is situated on Thomas lane, between Redcliffe Street and Victoria Street.
Covered bicycle racks can be found immediately outside the venue on Thomas Lane. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
There is limited on-street parking nearby. The closest public car park is Portwall Lane Car Park 450m from the venue.
The city centre bus stop is 700m from the venue where most bus services stop. The closest bus stop is on Victoria Street, 200m from the venue.
Covid-19 Safety Measures at Church of St Thomas the Martyr
If you have Covid-19 symptoms or have been asked to self-isolate you should not attend this event.
Wear a face covering, except when eating and drinking or if you are exempt.
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Card payment only, contactless preferred
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