Emily Mae Winters- Live at Cafe Kino, Bristol

Sun 9 Jun 2019

19:30

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Fast rising star on the U.K. Folk/Americana scene Emily Mae Winters has that rare quality in a singer that makes critics reach for the superlatives. Described as having a voice that “stops you in your tracks” and “arresting, enthralling, tantalising” by Americana UK, Emily combines straight-to-the-heart bittersweetness with her own unique passion and drama in performance. Emily Mae Winters’ exquisite songs which sit between the stormy seas of folk and country are influenced by artists including Alison Krauss, Emmylou Harris, Gillian Welch and Sarah Jarosz. Emily’s self-penned debut album Siren Serenade was produced by BBC Folk Award Winning producer Ben Walker. Described as “Vibrant and experimental” by Songlines magazine, one of the record’s standout tracks ‘Anchor’ won her the Guardian Songwriting Competition. Siren Serenade was released to critical acclaim, picking up plays on U.K. radio including the BBC Radio 2 Folk Show, BBC Good Morning Sunday as well as international folk and Americana radio in the U.S. Winters received a scholarship to showcase at Folk Alliance International in the U.S. The album was then selected in the International Americana Music Show’s top ten albums and featured in American Song writing Magazine’s reviews of the month as well as being shortlisted for the Fatea Debut Album of the Year and winning the Best Debut Album of the Year in the Laurel Canyon Music Awards. Her first headline tour of the year led to invites to play to her largest audiences yet including Cambridge Folk Festival and Moseley Folk Festival among others. Winters embarked on her second headline tour of the year this year with a band, playing some sell out shows. Winters is currently touring new material before the June release of her second album 'High Romance'. The record was produced by award winning Americana producer Matt Ingram at Urchin Studios (Lewis and Leigh, Florence and the Machine, Laura Marling). REVIEWS "Vibrant and Experimental, sumptuously produced making it clear why Winters is gaining a following on both sides of the Atlantic." **** Songlines "Outstanding.. rich and expressive. Winters' songs reflect a love of poetry giving a dark edge to songs that are beautifully performed" **** R2 Magazine "If I had to predict the path for Emily Mae Winters, there will be Radio 2 folk awards, respect will be gained. There's a depth to her talent. I expect one day I'll use the phrase 'sounds like Emily Mae Winters.' " Americana UK "Emily Mae Winters' haunting songs are quickly permeating the U.K. folk and Americana scene" Acoustic Magazine- Best Summer Releases "Haunting new release from British folk/ Americana artist Emily Mae Winters- simply chilling." American Songwriter Magazine "It's hard to see how much longer Emily Mae Winters can stay under the radar, such is the talent waiting to burst through. She's taking on Americana on her own terms. The sky could be the limit." W21 Country Music "One of the most exciting rising starts of U.K. Folk and Americana, she paints deeply beautiful and deeply atmospheric word pictures." Laurel Canyon Music UK- Debut Album of the Year "Invigorating and Impressive showcasing her flexible voice and haunting songwriting" fRoots "A sparkling collection of tracks and her voice is powerful, distinctive and timeless" Shire Folk "Simply beautiful... enchanting. Enthralling evidence of the talent Winters has to offer" Folk Radio UK "For anyone who wants to say they're ahead of the curve; Siren Serenade is a must.“ Bright Young Folk "A voice that will stop you in your tracks. Siren Serenade will be wrecking ships for decades, the enchantment too hard to resist " Fatea