Hattie Webb: Live in Concert
Contemporary at Kings Place
Music / Friday, 2 September 2016 - 8:00pm / Hall Two
Online Price: £14.50 | Savers £9.50*
Hattie Webb is a singer-songwriter-harpist soon to release her new EP Intimate Conversation.
Currently working on her first solo album To The Bone with engineer Marcel van Limbeek (Tori Amos), the record features dramatic vocals and harp, with drums, synths and strings in parallel.
Playing music with sister Charley since they were children, The Webb Sisters were chosen by Leonard Cohen to join his international tour, performing over 400 concerts around the world to four million people.
The Webb Sisters have released three albums of their own, receiving ‘Single and Record of the Week’on iTunes and BBC Radio Two. Their song Baroque Thoughts won the International Music Award for ‘Best Adult Contemporary Song’ and was produced by multiple Grammy Award winner Peter Asher.
Hattie is featured on three live albums with Leonard Cohen and has collaborated with Sting, Glen Hansard, Steve Martin & Edie Brickel, Gotye, Rick Rubin and Natalie Maines.
Anjani, Sharon Robinson, NEeMA, The Webb Sisters, Dino Soldo, Jennifer Warnes, Perla Batalla, Julie Christensen, Unified Heart Touring Band, Leonard's tours musicians...
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Thank you, Jarkko, ticket bought, I am so looking forward to this
Hattie's gig on Sunday July 31 at the Green Note, London sold out very quickly. Apparently they have been inundated for 'returns' (but there aren't) I read that Hattie returns to London at the world - class concert halls at Kings Place, London on Friday September 2 2016. For anyone who hasn't been to King's Place - there is a waterside restaurant, bar - also with good food, art galleries - it's a super venue. I saw Tim Minchin there (who also co wrote Matilda) James McVinnie is apparently on Keyboards (Royal Wedding and Westminster Abbey organist) and Pedro Segundo on Percussion. Hattie on vocals and harps. It should be fantastic. Harps, keyboard, percussion - and Hattie singing !
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