Saturday 5th December 2020
Doors and Bar 7pm, Music 8pm
Earlybird Adult Tickets £12
Earlybird Youth Age 14-17 Tickets £8
St Marys Avenue
Reading, RG8 8BJ
Online ticket sales via WeGotTickets at £12 (£1.20 booking fee added) that accepts credit/debit cards. Tickets also available for age 14-17 at £8 (plus £0.80 booking fee).
For residents local to Purley on Thames tickets are available (cash only) without the booking fee. Please request by filling in the contact form and we will be in touch.
Hailing from Bedfordshire, England, growing up on the American roots music of her Anglo-Indian grandmother’s record collection, singer/songwriter Danni Nicholls has been paving her way in UK Americana for over a decade, building a loyal fan base and much critical praise.
With the wind in her sails after receiving three consecutive America Music Association UK award nominations (Album, Artist and Song of the year in 2017, 2018 & 2020 respectively), singer-songwriter Danni Nicholls' style has been describe as "smoky soul, folk-pop and heart-wrenching alt-country, all in a rich voice."
Over the past few years, Danni has played shows with the likes of Shakin' Stevens (28 date UK wide tour), Lucinda Williams, Sturgill Simpson, The Secret Sisters and notables and been invited to perform at festivals around the world including Cambridge Folk, Folk Alliance International and AmericanaFest, Nashville.
2019 saw the release of her third album, The Melted Morning, which was produced by Jordan Brooke Hamlin (The Indigo Girls, Lucy Wainwright-Roche) at the idyllic woodland studio MOXE, Nashville TN. Closely personal yet widely relatable, the themes of this album span an array of life's takeaways; from the pain and darkness of rejection, the fear of losing yourself and the power of human connection to offering up hope and new perspectives in the face of the adversities.
“Her passion for her craft is unparalleled. Her depth of emotion, commitment to the song, and ability to go deep makes her a rare artist”
Jed Hilly, Director of the Americana Music Association
“I absolutely love the beauty and elegance of her music”
- Bob Harris, BBC Radio 2.
"One in a million" - Maverick Music Magazine