With special guest and support James Hodder
The Harrison, Kings Cross
Friday 10th November
Doors 7:30pm, Live Music 8:00pm
Tickets £12 (Advance),
£15 (on the night, subject to availability)
Following her sold out EP launch show at Green Note earlier this year, Hannah Scott is back in London for a headline show at The Harrison, Kings Cross. Hannah will be presenting brand new material which will subsequently be recorded for a new album, some of which has never been heard live before.
Hannah performs contemporary folk music and is building a loyal following thanks to her deeply personal yet highly relatable songs. Human stories shape her writing and her distinctive voice, powerful melodies and thought-provoking lyrics leave a lasting impression on her audiences.
Hannah’s music has been heard in hit TV series, Grey’s Anatomy, and has been played regularly on the BBC with releases supported by Dermot O’Leary and Bob Harris on BBC Radio 2 and Tom Robinson on 6 Music. She’s also been featured by MOJO, The Guardian and Clash Magazine.
Hannah has been selected to take part in English Folk Expo’s highly competitive Artist Mentoring Programme this year, while live highlights include opening for Madeleine Peyroux to an audience of 2000 at Edinburgh’s Festival Theatre and travelling across Ireland with Paddy Casey to open shows for him in Dublin and in a tiny Irish speaking village near Galway!
“This is beautiful.” – Dermot O’Leary, BBC Radio 2
“Exquisite voice.” – Record Of The Day
“She reduces women and children to tears – in a good way.” – Paul Lester, The Guardian
Kent based troubadour James Hodder fuses Folk and Americana influences with bittersweet lyrics and storytelling. Earlier this year he released his second studio album ‘Wilderness Road’ to widespread acclaim and spent the summer promoting the album with a series of festival dates including Black Deer, Maverick and High Tide Festival.