Lucinda Belle

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Last Show: Monday 19 th February 2018

PizzaExpress Live (Holborn)

Lucinda has spent the last year in the USA, releasing her EP Urban Lullabies, a collection of covers re-imagining classics by Nirvana, T.I and John Mayer. As well as performing in LA, NY, SF and Chicago she's been working alongside some of America’s top jazz and gospel musicians. Lucinda returns to the UK for a fleeting visit leaving just enough time to give a TEDx performance and appear for one night only at PizzaExpress Live Holborn. Expect an evening of pure entertainment where Lucinda’s music will transport you to a seductive and anachronistic world where jazz, soul, gypsy jazz, blues, and reggae meld together creating her unique eclectic sound. 

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‘There are several million people out there who need entertaining and Lucinda Belle is just the woman for the job’ - The Guardian

“A beautify yearning chanteuse… she is in fact unashamedly over-ground, bright, shiny and accessible to all’ - The Independent

Considered a child prodigy at the harp, it was expected that Lucinda would continue on to have a successful career in classical music. Instead, she absorbed influences from countless types of music, from classical to jazz, pop to hip hop, blues to reggae, and created a sound that is entirely her own.
Lucinda’s music will transport you to a seductive and anachronistic world where jazz, soul, gypsy jazz, blues, and reggae meld together creating her unique eclectic sound. 

Lucinda has made appearances all around the world at Festivals (Bestival, London Jazz Festival, Love Supreme, Womad…) and world famous venues (Wembley, Royal Festival Hall, Ace Theatre, Concertgebouw, Ronnie Scotts, Hotel Café, Somerset House..). She has performed and collaborated with an array of world famous artist some of which include Gregory Porter, Rufus Wainright, James Blunt, Robbie Williams, Natalie Cole, Annie Lennox and The Petshop Boys.

Her energy and skill as an entertainer and songwriter has earned her awards which include an Oscar Nomination in 2015 for Best Song ‘Going Nowhere’ and a role as  Dixie Darling in Punch Drunk Theatre’s ‘The Drowned man’.’ Lucinda is one of those timeless rebels, unafraid to challenge the boundaries of what is possible; unashamedly paving the way through her artistry with an authentic connection to all she does. Her music and is truly like no one else you’ve ever seen or heard.

In the coming year,  Lucinda will be releasing her album 'Think Big : Like Me' from the USA which reaffirms her unique perspective of what can be done with the harp.

www.lucindabelle.com 

Sheldon Conrich (guitar)

Jay Darwish (bass)

Espen Tjalve (keys)

Phil Groyssboeck (drums)