Frankie Davies

Tue Apr 14 2020

7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

The Grace

20-22 Highbury Corner London N5 1RA

Under 16s with an adult

Ages 14+

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DHP Presents
Frankie Davies

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  • Frankie Davies

    Frankie Davies

    Country

    Jersey born Singer-Songwriter Frankie Davies has been regularly championed by Bob Harris with a plethora of BBC Radio 2 plays as well as live radio performances. She has toured with some of the biggest names in Country Music including Maddie & Tae, Chris Young, Charlie Worsham, Mo Pitney and The Shires. Her debut album ‘Wherever I Go’ is delicately laced with country influences, tied together by Frankie’s evocative vocals and addictive melodies that transport listeners through both painful and joyful moments in her life. Released last year, ‘Wherever I Go’ gained critical praise and national airplay as well as major playlist support from Spotify. This year is looking like an exciting year of releases for Frankie, starting with a studio version of the previously released ‘Asking For A Friend’.
DHP Presents

Frankie Davies

Tue Apr 14 2020 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

The Grace London
Frankie Davies
  • Event Cancelled.

Under 16s with an adult Ages 14+

Support:
LION
DEMI MARRINER
 
Frankie Davies

Frankie Davies

Country

Jersey born Singer-Songwriter Frankie Davies has been regularly championed by Bob Harris with a plethora of BBC Radio 2 plays as well as live radio performances. She has toured with some of the biggest names in Country Music including Maddie & Tae, Chris Young, Charlie Worsham, Mo Pitney and The Shires. Her debut album ‘Wherever I Go’ is delicately laced with country influences, tied together by Frankie’s evocative vocals and addictive melodies that transport listeners through both painful and joyful moments in her life. Released last year, ‘Wherever I Go’ gained critical praise and national airplay as well as major playlist support from Spotify. This year is looking like an exciting year of releases for Frankie, starting with a studio version of the previously released ‘Asking For A Friend’.