ROXY RAWSON wtih special guests WILLIAM NEIN + THE 150 FRIENDS CLUB
'Like Tom's Diner crossed with Nellie McKay. Gorgeous minimal percussion and her joy shine bright. You can't help but revel in the creativity of Ms Rawson's occasionally wild, sometimes tender composition' - Planet Sound
Hitchin-raised ROXY RAWSON, compared to Joanna Newsom and Regina Spektor by the Independent On Sunday as much we suspect for her leaping, swooping, occasionally properly falsetto vocals, is a conservatoire trained violinist... she can conjure plucked intimacy and soaring grandiosity within the space of this one song. Eccentric, to a degree, but also spellbinding' Sweeping the Nation
Falling squarely into the anti-folk category by way of a manipulated, punk-y violin, Roxy Rawson has been a cult presence on the San Francisco and London music scenes with her unique blend of impish violin vocals and classical/ jazz influence. Returning to performing in London after a hiatus, she is debuting new material from her forthcoming album.