HATTIE BRIGGS: Singer songwriter Hattie Briggs played over 100 gigs in 2015, including 2 UK and 1 European tour.  Highlights included appearances at Cheltenham Jazz and Cambridge Folk Festivals which led to an appearance as a featured artist on Sky Arts TV.  Her debut album “Red & Gold”, released in April 2015, produced by Peter Waterman, featured a host of top musicians including Barney Morse-Brown, Alec Dankworth and Dan Cassidy.   This is soon to be followed by her second album “Young Runaway,” being recorded at Monnow Valley Studios, and her gig at the Green Note will be part of her 2016 album showcase tour.
As well as a multiple 5 star reviews,  including Maverick, R2 and Lust for Life in Holland, Red & Gold was voted Best Debut Album of 2015 by Laurel Canyon Music and in January Hattie won their Best New Artist of 2015 award.  She has been widely featured on several top online music blogs including Back Seat Mafia and Penny Black Music. With influences including James Taylor, Norah Jones and Eva Cassidy, Hattie‘s music crosses into multiple genres including pop, folk, soul and blues.
Forthcoming 2016 gigs include the Stables, Wavendon, South Bank Centre, St Pancras Old Church, and several festivals including BBC Radio 6, Bath and Cornbury.
Support from FELIX HOLT