Singing - with attitude!

Daisy Chapman

Thursday 13 Sept 2018, 7.30pm

St Margaret’s Hall BA15 1DE

Tickets: £10 (unreserved) Tel: 01249 701628

Online: here

Self titled ‘Sinner’ Songwriter and BBC Introducing favourite, Daisy Chapman is an incredibly well-travelled pianist and vocalist who draws influences from the anti-folk world. It’s hard to pinpoint Daisy’s unique style, but think Sandy Denny meets Regina Spektor and you’re close. Every song harbours a dark story of love, lust and loss, told through her exquisite voice, with Sue Lord on violin bringing the performance to a dramatic pinnacle every time.

Daisy has shared the stage with prog-rockers Crippled Black Phoenix (members of Portishead and Hawkwind) as well as Jenn Bostic and Howe Gelb (Giant Sand), but her sound is very much her own. Prepare to be moved.

In total she has played over 1000 live concerts, including festivals such as Glastonbury, Wychwood, 2000 Trees and Breminale (Germany). Her distinctive voice has also been used as backing vocals for some well-known artists but what is clearly evident about Daisy is that she is a true professional and an experienced artist.