Twinnie – A Country Christmas Party

21 Dec 07:00 PM
Until 21 Dec, 10:30 PM 3h 30m

Twinnie - A Country Christmas Party

Bush Hall
Artists
Singer-Songwriter
Singer-Songwriter

A real-world traveler with a gypsy heart and a storyteller’s soul Twinnie delivers vibrant lyrics and effervescent melodies on her bold new track, “Welcome To The Club.” A fresh voice for the outliers, Twinnie has created a musical refuge for people on the fringe where everyone is welcome. Following the UK success of her 2020 album Hollywood Gypsy, a mainstay at Radio 2 with an “Album of the Week” accolade, “Welcome To The Club” is an open invitation to all, boasting self-love, self-confidence and acceptance for all. A creative fixture in Nashville since 2015, Twinnie’s upcoming new music was all written, recorded and produced in Music City.  For more information, visit: https://www.twinnieofficial.com.

First Time Flyers are a country supergroup, consisting of Tim Prottey-Jones (The Wandering Hearts), Vicki Manser (solo artist and West End star), Jake Morrell (solo artist), and Poppy Fardel (solo artist and actress). They have released a string of standalone singles since the start of 2023, showcasing their ear for feel-good melodies and their blend of four-part harmonies and multi-instrumental skills.

Harleymoon Kemp is a singer-songwriter and photographer from London, UK. She is the daughter of Martin Kemp, of Spandau Ballet. She made her debut as a solo artist in 2020 with the single Space, which was followed by She Looks Like Me, Lucky and Love Somebody Else. Her music is influenced by country, pop and rock genres and has been described as “fresh, honest and catchy” by The British Country Music Festival, where she performed in 2021.

Together, they will bring you an unforgettable show of country-pop hits, festive favourites, and special surprises. You will be singing along, dancing, and having a blast! Don’t miss this opportunity to see Twinnie, First Time Flyers, and Harleymoon Kemp live at Bush Hall on 21st December 2023.

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