'A Night In Harmony' - Kat Abel, Megan Linford + Sorrel Nation
Kat Abel + Megan Linford + Sorrel Nation
Entry Requirements: 18+ after 7pm
Three female acoustic artists come together for a night of collaboration and appreciation, sharing songs of empowerment, expression, and inspiration. Join us for a celebration of women in music.
Digesting her surroundings and life experience, Kat writes from a place of sincerity and relatability, singing about love, loss and friendship. She writes with positivity, but also a shadow of honesty, giving an upbeat, reflective look of life.
Her vocals have a powerful, classic soul sound with a hint of R&B and Jazz. Growing up with influence from Beyonce, Britney Spears and Adele, her vocals have an early 2000s sound, but with a unique vintage twist. Heavily influenced by her background in Jazz, she draws influence from great Jazz singers such as Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald.
Having worked as a session musician and spent her gigging carrera playing in bands for the last six years, she is now evolving to gigging solo. She is due to release her first solo EP in March 2024, this will be an EP exploring a stripped back honest and intimate version of Kat. Watch live here (under Alma Twist)
Megan Linford is a folk and roots singer songwriter from the South Coast, heavily inspired by both traditional and contemporary folk music growing up with the likes of Joni Mitchell, Kate Rusby and Joan Baez. Megan has a truly unique style and approach to song writing and has supported the likes of Emily Barker, The Oysterband, Ciaran Russell and Greg Algar, Dan Bettridge and The Young Folk.
With new music on the way in 2024, Megan has another busy year in store and with her emotive and haunting melodies and captivating stage presence, Megan is sure to capture your attention! Watch live here
Kent born songstress Sorrel Nation brings a soulful mix of folk rock, with powerful vocals and haunting melodies and engages audiences with emotive lyrics and a 70’s inspired style. Sorrel has performed at well-known music venues across London and the South East, supporting folk legends such as Dave Swarbrick, Martin Carthy, Madison Violet, Gemma Hayes and rock legend Tom Hingley.
She has recently performed at Glastonbury Festival, Black Deer Festival and tours the festival circuit over summer with The Magic Teapot music venue.
Sorrel is planning to record and release a new live EP in July 2024 and a studio album in the autumn of 2024, with plans of both a solo/duo tour and band tour to support the releases.
and yes… Sorrel Nation is her real name. Watch live here