Arts & Culture
A night of country, americana, rock and blues at The Cellar

Katy Hurt has an indisputable Nashville quality, establishing her imbedded roots within classic country music.

Going to The Cellar armed with two headline sets and a further four support acts, Katy is an unmissable act come November 15.

After seeing Katy Hurt perform, BBC’s Paul Sexton wrote: “Katy has lived a lot of country for an artist yet to hit 20. American culture is stamped on her soul, from a childhood spent living there. Then she returned to the UK to put her love of music to very good use. Hence the emergence of the most exciting prospect on the country scene.

“Accompanied by her phenomenal band, theirs is a show not to be missed. Katy is a leading light on the UK country and southern rock scene working from a grass roots level self promoting every show and shunning major label pigeon holing.

“Her live shows have impressed rock and blues fans by combining the honest lyrical content of modern country music with the raucous vocals and guitar riffs straight out of southern rock. She is the Southern belle lovechild of ZZ Top and Fleetwood Mac.”

Joining Katy is Sonia Leigh, The Healers, Journey Home, Shelley Fairchild and another special guest.

This night of authentic country soul will also include talks from the artists, sharing insights into their journey through music and what inspired them along the way.

For further information about the event, and to purchase tickets, click here.

  • A night of country, americana, rock and blues at The Cellar