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Paul Dunton & Guests – Lucy Jarrett, Giorgia-May, Scarlett Surgeoner
March 8, 2020 @ 7:30 PM - 11:00 PM
Lucy Jarrett is an accomplished and lauded singer-songwriter and recording artist, with five albums to her name.
Singing before she could talk and playing the guitar by the age of 10, Lucy began her professional career in South West England in 1997 and was soon gigging her way around the UK and Europe’s Folk and Country Circuits. Inspired by such heroes as Billy Holiday, Joni Mitchell, Bonnie Raitt, Paul McCartney, Jimi Hendrix, James Taylor, Dean Friedman, David Bowie, Paul Simon, Elvis Costello, John Martyn, Suzanne Vega, Martin Simpson, Steeleye Span, and Alison Krauss to mention but a few…..
Lucy performs her original songs, as well as masterfully arranging traditional blues, soul, folk and any other genre of song that takes her fancy. She performs a comprehensive and electric array of familiar and long-lost gems to engage, entertain and amuse any audience.
Lucy has accompanied and opened for many well-known artists as diverse as The Stranglers, Julie Felix, Billie-Jo Spears, Sarah Jory, Scooter Lee and The Wurzels. In addition to showcasing at many notable venues, Lucy has performed on network television and has been a featured artist on several major cruise liners.
We’re excited to announce that Lucy’s second album of original songs is currently in production.
Giorgia-May is a Neo-Soul musician originally from Brighton, UK that has been pursuing a musical career through the means of travel. She combines sensual lyrics, mesmerising tones and exciting arrangements. Her biggest shows to date include support slots for Omar, Mama’s Gun & Alex Vargas, as well as her 2017 performance for Australia’s Splendour In The Grass festival and Vietnam’s biggest arts festival Dao Xuan in 2019. The latest single ‘Woman’ can be found on services such as Spotify, iTunes and Apple Music.
I’m Scarlett and I’m a 15-year-old singer-songwriter from Sevenoaks, Kent. I’ve been writing for the last three years and I’ve discovered my love for country music in the last year.
Recently, I’ve been busking In Chinatown in London and my song choice ranges from Jolene to Don’t Look Back In Anger. I’ve also been a part of open mic nights and singing in a choir in Rochester Cathedral.
My main influences are Dolly Parton, Brandi Carlile, Lady GaGa and Niall Horan.