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Gabrielle Aplin

Mon 18 Nov 2013





Doors 7.30pm

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Gabrielle Aplin


Support from India Bourne & Polly Money

South West promoters SW1 Productions are pleased to announce that the superbly talented Gabrielle Aplin will return to region this Autumn for her biggest headline show to date on Monday 18th November, as part of a UK tour.

2013 has seen the continued rise of this UK singer songwriter whose debut album English Rain entered the UK charts at no.2 earlier this month.

SW1 promoted a sell out show with Gabrielle in Falmouth earlier this year and are delighted to be working once again with such a talent.

This show will also be the first for SW1 in The Great Hall in Exeter, a venue steeped in live music history.


India Bourne

India Bourne’s background in classical music is instantly evident in her sound. These Days Of Ours, her self-released debut EP, features layers of cello, piano and vocals with soaring melodies, adventurous harmonies and cross rhythms inspired by musical mavericks like Joni Mitchell and Thom Yorke. Having spent the last three years on the road playing and singing in Ben Howard’s band, she is excited to focus on her solo work whilst the band has a breather from touring to write a second album. Her new songs feature a more bass and beats driven sound, interlaced with her classical influences. Her second EP will be released in early 2013.


Polly Money

Cornish singer songwriter Polly Money has been writing and performing her own material for eight years now, and whilst currently studying at the prestigious London’s Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, 2013 is proving to be quite a year. With performances at Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe, London’s KOKO and a number of festivals already under her belt, Polly was spotted by actress Kate Hudson and her partner Matt Bellamy at the Marylebone Summer Fayre and asked to support Muse at The Stade de France in front of an audience of 80,000 the very next weekend. Awed by the whole experience, she overcame the butterflies and smashed it. Not bad for someone, who in May, reached the grand old age of eighteen.




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