Lucy Rose @ Hoxton Hall, London - March 8, 2011

GoldenVoice Presents Lucy Rose

Lucy Rose

Following on from her sell out Electrowerkz show in December, the stunning voice that is singer songwriter Lucy Rose will be amplifying the Hoxton Hall on the 8th March.

Selling out her first headline performance in just one day Lucy Rose is a distinctive ray of musical sunshine in a time when so many female singer songwriters merge into one.

In 2010 Lucy was chosen by the critically acclaimed Bombay Bicycle Club, to feature as the female vocal on the bands sold-out tour of the UK. In her slight frame she combines purity of musical purpose, a beautifully grainy voice and a passionate, narrative songwriter's instincts with a thirst for Guinness, a deranged sense of humour and a disrespect for pop's history which comes naturally to someone born in 1989.

Joined by her band, this is set to be a truly beautiful and magical concert off set by the grandeur of East London's Hoxton Hall.

To fully appreciate the wonders of Lucy Rose's talent, you need to experience her live.

"A voice that could melt the stoniest of hearts." - Q Magazine, Next Big Things

Buy your tickets now and you will get 2 free exclusive Lucy Rose tracks.

Goldenvoice presents
Lucy Rose
Hoxton Hall, London
8th March 2011
Doors 7:30pm
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