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Lisa Redford makes a long-awaited return to her home city of Norwich to play a special headlining Lisa has had a busy year promoting her latest release 'The Sweetest Dream' a compilation of acoustic Americana tinged love songs. Tracks from it have received airplay on BBC Radio 2 and Amazing Radio. 'The Boy Who...' has been played by Bob Harris with Bob describing it as a song that "really tugs at the heart." This year Lisa was selected to perform at one of highly sought after showcases at the Country to Country Festival at London's O2 Arena. C2C has become the largest country music festival in Europe and was headlined by some of the biggest US music stars in the world. Lisa also recorded a live session and interview for Bob Harris's new Under the Apple Tree sessions. She is also a columnist for Songwriting Magazine where she offers invaluable advice about being an independent artist to thousands of readers. Showcasing the strength of her beautiful vocals and great song writing, 'The Sweetest Dream' is a wonderful addition to her already impressive musical catalogue. "one of our finest singer/songwriters..such fantastic warmth to her music" Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2 "brings an honest songwriting style and beautiful vocal stylings to every one of her songs...In a sea of smart female singer-songwriters, Lisa Redford is an admiral.' Maverick Magazine ****
Celebrating Record Store Day. Celebrating independent record shops all over the world with hundreds of exclusive limited releases and in-store performances! Here is a list of releases - recordstoreday.co.uk We will be stocking lots and lots, but not all - there will be a list available from David's Music the week leading up to RSD. We'll do our best to cater to all our customers. We're also delighted to have 2 awesome DJs and 3 excellent performers live in-store. DJ Malc from 8am The Winchester Collective 10.30-12.30 Lisa Redford 2pm Martin Stephenson 3pm and Gemma Ray 4pm
Following the acclaimed success of Country to Country 2013, an outstanding line up of music stars are again heading across the Atlantic for a huge two-day music festival extravaganza at The O2 on Saturday 15 and Sunday 16 March 2014. Legendary broadcaster Bob Harris will again be compering the festival: "It is a very exciting time for Country music in the UK. C2C 2013 was a fantastic experience and next year’s festival promises to be another massive milestone. I am thrilled to be compering again and providing huge coverage on 'Bob Harris Country' on BBC Radio 2 when Nashville comes to London. See you at The O2!"
Entry £5 or FREE with a festival wristband - http://norwichsoundandvision.co.uk/ Thursday 10th – Saturday 12th October The Bicycle Shop, St Benedicts Street Norwich Doors 7pm 01603 625777
Eve brings her band back to Ardleigh for another barn-storming gig. Support from Lisa Redford
Sounds Like: Sarah McLachlan, Shawn Colvin, Joni Joan Mitchell, Taylor Swift, Alison Krauss
Label: Parrot Records
Bio: Described by legendary BBC DJ Bob Harris as "one of our finest singer/songwriters" Lisa is a versatile female artist from the UK who divides her time between the US and UK having gained a prestigious US publishing deal. She has earned acclaim for her heartfelt acoustic music with gorgeous melodi...See Full Bio
lisaredfordmusic has a show on 2014-12-10 at 19:00 @ The Bicycle Shop in Norwich, NFK http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5dr5ee #concert
“‘I was taken aback at the maturity in both her vocals and songwriting…The production quality is superlative, the songs exceptionally well-written, especially the opening “Reminders” with the intuitive lyrics. “Dreaming In Crowds” is a gently flowing harmonic beauty with a kind of Carole King feel, without in any way sounding like the legendary singer-songwriter. Here’s a young lady who’s blossomed into a mighty fine singer-songwriter deserving of the widest possible recognition. I think it’s time that she took the plunge and recorded a full album with similar quality songs and production as this … it would be a world-beater.’”