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Eclectic Americana Folk Singer-Songwriter Lady Nade pours creativity into every song, often lavishing them with a recipe to match. Regardless of lockdown and the pandemic Lady Nade has continued to use the power of her creatively and songwriting to aid health and well-being.

Artistically she found this ‘forced stillness’ gave her a prolific outpouring of words that she has formed into her third album “Willing” this is a collection of stories about love and friendship — both regular subjects for Lady Nade, she adds to them songs that explore self and loneliness and all of these emotions are brought to you with a sense of finding and losing these feelings, many people will be able to relate too feelings during this strangest of times.

The Album includes ‘Ain’t One thing’ which was nominated for 'Song of the Year' at The UK Americana awards in January 2021.

Rising star of the Americana scene

Ralph McLean, BBC Radio Ulster ​ ​

An expression of confidence - a lovely song

Iain Anderson BBC Radio Scotland

Simeon Hammond Dallas will be supporting Lady Nade.

Simeon is a singer-songwriter from London’s Camden Town. An overactive mind and a desire to live a life like a travel montage from a rom-com provide the inspiration for her music; a bluesy country-soul amalgamation. An enemy of dichotomy, her music is soft and vulnerable while packing a punch at the same time.

January 2019 saw the release of her debut self released single, Wild Woman. A country-rock feminist anthem and predecessor of the debut EP Manic Pixie Dreams, which crosses genres from folk, country, blues, and soul. tied together with a strong acoustic guitar and a powerhouse of a voice.

In 2020 Simeon was listed among the ten top black female country artists to look out for in several publications. The year also saw the release of two singles, Eat and August, ahead of her second EP, Make It Romantic, scheduled for release in 2022.

Absolutely loving this. Just listen to the tone of voice she has. Bet that one goes down an absolute treat live, would love to see that.

BBC Intro London

It’s too rare that we get to hear a new voice that knocks us off our feet. Simeon’s the latest to do just that, with her powerful bluesy stomp and kick. A thrill to discover.

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