Primary Image

Krystle Warren dates announced

Following her stunning debut performances on BBC Later..with Jools Holland in September, and the release of her album Circles on Because Music in October, Krystle Warren will release her first single Year End Issue on the 30th November.

The next chance to see Krystle in London will be at the Jazz Voice - Celebrating a Century of Song evening on November 13th at the Barbican, which kicks off the London Jazz Festival. Krystle will be appearing alongside Kurt Elling, Natalie Merchant, Sarah Jane Morris, Sheila Jordan and more. All the performers will be backed by Guy Barker's stunning Festival Jazz Orchestra in a celebration of musical milestones based on the year of 1959 - the year that saw the sad death of Billie Holiday and the joyous birth of Miles's Kind Of Blue.

Sun 13 November London - Barbican Hall

On the same trip Krystle will be supporting virtuoso vocal play artists Naturally 7 on four shows around England - a rich feast indeed for lovers of lavish vocal stylings. Krystle will be supporting Naturally 7 at the following venues:

Sun 15 London Theatre Royal Stratford East - Theatre Square

Tue 17 Salisbury City Hall - City Hall, Malthouse Lane, Salisbury

Wed 18 Coventry Warwick Arts Centre

Sun 22 Croydon Fairfield Hall

Krystle Warren hails from Kansas City and learned to play the guitar by listening to Rubber Soul and Revolver. Her tastes range from Rufus Wainwright to Betty Carter, Willie Nelson to Nina Simone and she's toured the US with Martha Wainwright, Zap Mama, Rodrigo & Gabriela and Erykah Badu. Krystle is signed to Because Music, the label that brought you Amadou & Mariam and Manu Chao.

We need your help

Running a website like The Digital Fix - especially one with over 20 years of content and an active community - costs lots of money and we need your help. As advertising income for independent sites continues to contract we are looking at other ways of supporting the site hosting and paying for content.

You can help us by using the links on The Digital Fix to buy your films, games and music and we ask that you try to avoid blocking our ads if you can. You can also help directly for just a few pennies per day via our Patreon - and you can even pay to have ads removed from the site entirely.

Click here to find out more about our Patreon and how you can help us.

Did you enjoy the article above? If so please help us by sharing it to your social networks with the buttons below...

Category News

Latest Articles