Coming from the Nashville tradition of songwriters who showcase their work in the round, three Bristol based artists, all with very different styles, have been brought together by Nashville native Russell Walker for the second ‘In the Round’ session at the Folk House Café.
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Fraser Anderson- Hailed by presenter Zoe Ball as “an amazing singer-songwriter” and “one to keep an eye on” by Rolling Stone Magazine, Anderson is a talented musician with much to offer. Likened to Damien Rice’s emotionality, Glen Hansard’s crafted storytelling, the seriousness of Nick Drake and the lively showmanship of John Martyn, Anderson stands out in his own right as an all round entertainer and “truly remarkable artist” (BBC Radio Wales).
Katey Brooks - Singer-songwriter Katey Brooks has a unique sound that epitomises the culturally diverse environment in which she grew up. Born and raised between Bristol, London and Arizona to musical parents, the Indy Music Awards finalist is perhaps best described as a female Hozier, with all the haunting intensity and every bit of the soul.
Dan Everett- Daniel Everett is a singer-songwriter from Bristol. He is currently touring ‘Fragments,’ his second solo release. Drawing on the autumnal folk sounds of Joni Mitchell and Nick Drake, Everett mixes in elements of Americana and even AM-radio power pop, but with a stark immediacy. His guitar technique is a unique combination of finger-picking and percussive hand-tapping, creating swirling polyrhythms and melodic patterns.