Nell Bryden UK Tour Heads To London

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Nell Bryden plays penultimate date at Jazz Café in Camden Town on Saturday 14 November

Following successful tour dates in Newcastle, Milton Keynes and Edinburgh, Nell Bryden heads to London this week for the final part of her UK tour with the American singer-songwriter playing the Jazz Café in Camden Town on Saturday 14 November.

It’s certainly been quite a year for Nell Bryden. Following her fairytale wedding in June 2014, Nell’s album Wayfarer went to top of the charts last July, leading to gigs at Carfest and Kew Gardens Festivals. The singer also concluded her largest ever UK tour in October with a performance at the prestigious Bluesfest, which she performed with her band at 8 months pregnant.

After the birth of her daughter Tala in December and a short songwriting trip to Nashville in May, Nell makes a welcome return to the UK for a new 10 date tour. Performing at intimate venues across the UK including the Met in Bury and the Fleece in Bristol, the tour sees Nell perform some of her biggest hits including All You HadSirens and Echoes, as well as her new single Wolves, her first ballad since Sirens. Check it out below:

If you fancy catching Nell on her latest tour, check out her headline tour dates below:

3rd November- Newcastle – Cluny
4th November- Edinburgh – Caves
6th November- Milton Keynes – Stables
7th November- Market Harborough- Harborough Theatre (SOLD OUT)
9th November- Cardiff – Globe
10th November – Birmingham – Temple (Institute)
11th November- Brighton- Komedia
13th November- Bury – Met
14th November- London- Jazz Café
15th November- Bristol – Fleece

Also keep your eye to the ground for a special 4 part radio series presented by Nell on the BBC later this year.

Nell Bryden heads to London’s Jazz Café on 14 November 2015. For more information and tickets, visit www.nellbryden.com

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