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Being named one of Bristol’s most influential women, Lady Nade has been a key part of the South East music scene. Having released three albums since her debut in 2016, Lady Nade is taking to the road again to play tracks from her newest release, Willing, with a stop off at The Globe in Newcastle on Thursday 6th October.  

Willing has a very nostalgic instrumentation, and feels like an album unearthed from a forgotten decade. Lady Nade extends herself above the tracks, flexing a truly impressive vocal range and very intimate writing that truly captures feelings of loss and love with an eclectic Americana folk vibe. It’s a release that pulls at the heartstrings, and makes these carefully crafted narratives a must-see live.  

Joining her on her tour will be Simeon Hammond Dallas, a singer-songwriter from London. Taking inspiration from a vast array of genres, such as blues and Americana, Dallas has crafted her own unique style in a plentiful genre. She recently released her EP, Make It Romantic, which features lush vocals over gentle guitar melodies, carrying a fun amount of momentum to it.  Joining them is the North East’s own neo-soul chanteuse Georgia May, whose style is both poetic and thought provoking.

Lady Nade, Simeon Hammond Dallas and Georgia May play The Globe, Newcastle on Thursday 6th October.


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