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Nina Nesbitt - 15 Oct At The Lemon Tree

Andy APA

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DF Concerts presents Nina Nesbitt at The Lemon Tree.  Upcoming singer-songwriter from Edinburgh has started to make waves after finding popularity recording tracks at home and uploading them to YouTube.  Having since released a series of EPs and toured with Ed Sheeran and Example we're pleased to be welcoming her to the venue as part of her own tour.




To book tickets click here, call 01224 641122 or visit the HMT and Music Hall box offices.  A free download is also available on her Facebook page.

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If you have space for a support act please let me know emmaformanmusic@yahoo.co.uk


 On the 9th December 2001 Emma performed her first solo acoustic gig, and has since gone on to carve out a reputation for herself as a fine and much in demand singer songwriter.  She has been compared with artists like PJ Harvey, Suzanne Vega and Harriet Wheeler  from The Sundays. Her first solo demo was recorded by Chris Thomson from The Bathers in 2001, and as a result she has gone on to support various artists including James Grant, Fish,  Midge Ure, Duke Special, Frank Turner, Rose Kemp, Astrid Williamson, The Wrigley Sisters and many more. Previously she has performed with various bands including The Awkwards,  Bad Karma  Those Valentinos, The Love Spells, Elektra Spell, The Deviadas and Baby Karma. She was in the all female pop punk bands Medusa's Curse who supported The Hussy's at Tut's and appeared on BBC Upstaged and then went on to be called The Lady Medusa. She has performed at The Wizard festival and Kendal Calling in the acoustic stage/area. In 2011 Emma performed at The Tall Ships in Greenock on the Sugar Sheds stage and at L Fest. Emma also supported Julie Matthews at Carlisle Folk and Blues Club and more recently she supported Brigitte Aphrodite at the Edge Festival in Cabaret Voltaire.
'A hidden gem in the acoustic scene' Music Mog
'A voice like chocolate'
'A true crowd pleaser'
'Who knew that a girl with a guitar could sound so sweet'
'Fragile acoustic bedroom songstress. MNE
'A voice that cannot be ignored' Bluesbunny


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