Maisie Johnson is an 18 year old country/folk singer - songwriter from south west London. Having known that she wanted to be a performer since she can remember, she started writing songs and teaching herself to play guitar at age 12 and started performing aged 14. She has since also taught herself to play the mandolin, banjo, ukulele and charango. 'The Beginning', a live EP of original songs recorded at the Basement Door in Richmond with her sister Alice, was released in July 2016.
Hailing from a country background, Henry Birkett has grown up cherishing the
sounds of classic and modern Americana artists from industry legends, The Eagles,
Glen Campbell, and Brad Paisley, to Chris Stapleton and Gregory Allen Isakov.
Influenced by Guitar Hero to pick up the guitar at the tender age of nine, Henry took
his rocking ambitions and ten years later, is now a blossoming Americana artist.
With personable and relatable lyrics, touching on aspects from heartbreak to wild life
I am a Country Singer-Songwriter looking to make it to the Grand Ole Opry. My songwriting tends to come from a placed of experience so that I can allow myself to express everything through the stories I tell, just like all good country writers do. I loved the emotion that country music allows itself to express so I try to do that as much as possible both through my writing and performance.
Now based out of London, Jack Wallis is a New Zealand singer-songwriter with an honest heart and an eager mind.
Playing a unique blend of acoustic and folk rock, the sound and style he has developed over the years is largely his own.
After travelling the world as a cruise ship entertainer Jack has recently finished recording his debut album 'Perfect Storm'.
With this collection of songs he tells his stories.
Landing in London armed with a six string and suitcase full of strings he plans to share his original music with the masses.
Rachael is a folk singer songwriter described as "compelling British Americana" whose vocals hold the mind transfixed in the rolling combinations of cadence and pitch unfolding the listener and merging them with her songs. She performs acoustically and with her band across London, with shows upstairs at Ronnie Scott's, The Lexington and her first Sofar Sounds under her belt, Rachael is an artist to be heard. Influenced by the likes of Laura Marling, Lucy Rose, Jade Bird and The Staves Rachael will be releasing her debut single and EP very soon!
I’m a modern country singer/songwriter with American enthusiasm and good ol’ fashioned English self-deprecating humour!
I have toured North America and the UK and I've also been performing around Europe!
I write from the heart about my travels, love and loss and the expectations and realities of being an independent artist in the 21st century. There is definitely a song for everyone in my ever growing repertoire.
In October 2017, I moved to Nashville for five months and Austin for one month with Lawrence (cajon) to play gigs and focus on honing my sound.
Iago Banet was born in Galicia in the north-west of Spain. At the age of seventeen, having been a music-addict for many years, he found a classical guitar at home and taught himself chords. That year, Banet was given his first electric guitar. Shortly after, he began to form bands with friends and play gigs. Banet formed his first serious band, The Electric Basement Band, in 1998. They played 1970’s rock at venues across Madrid, and were heavily influenced by The Allman Brothers Band. Banet has since played in many bands, recording and touring across Spain.
A sultry country/blues singer-songwriter from California.
Savannah has played venues all over Los Angeles including The Viper Room and The Study on Sunset Boulevard and the Silver Lake Lounge. She was also a featured artist on KX 93.5 and played her first EP B Movie live on four radio shows. She has also performed at sell-out concerts in Laguna Beach and Big Bear Lake, California.
B Movie, released in 2016, was Savannah's debut EP produced in London by Jez Coad, who has worked with artists like Simple Minds, The Surfing Brides and Andrew Strong.
Izzie performed in public for the first time at the age of 15, at a local Open Mic. After her first performance, she was offered several gigs, the first of which was a spot at the local Godiva Festival. She then spent the next few months performing in venues all over the West Midlands, and also released her first self titled EP, which consisted of 3 original tracks.
Izzie soon began working with a local record label called ‘Domesticated Records’, where she released 2 singles.