DAISY CHUTE & HOLLIE ROGERS plus Special Guest Katie Kittermaster

Century Club, Shaftesbury Avenue 61-63, W1D6 London, United Kingdom, London

It means the world to us to finally to be able to finally invite you all to a series of intimate acoustic shows with some of our favourite artists, in turn supporting independent venues. For Show #3 we return to gorgeous Soho members club Century, for a special co-headlline show with two equally stunning female artists- Daisy Chute and Hollie Rogers. They will be joined by a special guest on the night too. You really won’t want to miss this!

ABOUT DAISY CHUTE: Daisy Chute is a folk/americana artist who has released 3 platinum-selling studio albums with Universal Records. As well as an award-winning singer and songwriter (Classical Brits, BBC, UKSWF), Daisy has worked alongside rock royalty Ray Davies and Kasabian and was a featured vocalist on Radiohead's latest album A Moon Shaped Pool. With songwriting comparisons to Joni Mitchell (BBC Radio), Daisy's singing has been described as “Exquisitely delicious. Delicate, like a gossamer-winged creature made out of spun gold." Tony Moore (Soho Radio, The Bedford)

ABOUT HOLLIE ROGERS: Hollie Rogers is a London based singer, songwriter and guitarist with an incredibly powerful voice. Her live performances consistently receive outstanding reviews, with regular reference to the level of honesty in her lyrics and songs. With the backing of BBC Introducing and two stunning studio albums under her belt, Hollie has supported acts like Suzanne Vega, Midge Ure, Paolo Nutini and Ralph McTell. Her most recent release, ‘The Body To Ground EP', produced by 4-time Grammy-nominated James McMillan, features Thomas Holder on double bass, with Mark Edwards (Katie Melua) on piano, is available to stream now on iTunes and Spotify.

With Special Guest KATIE KITTERMASTER Katie Kittermaster articulates the melancholy of young adulthood with a unique warmth, wit and clarity. On her 2019 EP Coming Home At Dawn, she parcels up her song writing craft in the humblest of sonic spaces, leaning predominantly on guitar and voice. Opening for the likes of Jools Holland, Olly Murs and Ronan Keating and touring with Lucy Spraggan, and Boyzlife (Brian McFadden and Keith Duffy) over the course of the past two years has made it abundantly clear for Katie that crowds really homed in on her honest, conversational songs.

We can’t wait for you to join us at this lovely, socially distanced event.