Sunday, 12 September 2010

Here come the girls ...Nell Bryden and Imelda May

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Get ready for 2 fabulous female performers - heading to Wolv
erhampton over the next month. Helping with the whole rockabilly/blues/jazz revival - let us introduce to you - Nell Bryden and Imelda May.

We're talking ballsy chicks with voices to die for, vintage clothes, tattoos and songs about lost love, revenge and living life.

Nell BrydenSaturday 18/09/2010The Slade RoomsBook Now

Imelda MaySunday 10/10/2010Wulfrun HallBook Now

New Yorker Nell Bryden was raised by her classical singer mum and
artist dad - a life in performance was inevitable!

"a voice that has the power and grit to equal Joss Stone, but without the preposterous showboating" BBC Music

Well travelled, and a musician from an early age, Nell picked up rave reviews for her own material,

and in January 2004 she released her first EP ‘The Nell Bryden EP’.

The problem with an artist like Imelda May is that she’s so good, it makes a critical review almost impossible to write; her performance is flawless.” – Clash Magazine

Dublin-born Imelda May fuses rockabilly, blues and jazz and is considered one of the finest vocalists from the UK Roots music scene today.
She has released several albums, her most popular being Love Tattoo (featuring the hit single Johnny's Got a Boom Boom). In 2009 she won Best Female at the Me
teor Awards.

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