Guildhall Introducing Acoustic Sessions
On Wednesday 19th April, Portsmouth Guildhall are introducing Acoustic Sessions with plenty of new talent.
An evening of live acoustic music performed by four great young artists, this evening is not to be missed.
Featuring local talents Robyn Grace, Lewis Smith, Richard Morris, and Sasha Matthissen, showcased in Portsmouth Guildhall’s Harlequin Rooms.
Robyn Grace is pop and dance artist, songwriter and singer from Portsmouth. With her debut album release planned for Summer 2017, Robyn Grace is currently performing acoustic versions of her music at gigs locally, as well as further afield. Robyn was trained classically and has previously worked with the BBC, as well as with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, as a backing singer.
Lewis Smith is a 16 year old singer-songwriter from Hampshire, UK. Whilst performing anything from the 50s up to current chart music, there isn’t much he won’t perform. He also writes his own material and last year released a four track EP, which he performs at many of his weekly gigs! For being just 16 years old, Lewis has already built up a name for himself and even performed at Icebreaker, Victorious, Southsea fest and many more festivals in and around the South.
Richard Morris is a independent singer-songwriter from Portsmouth. He has recently released his brand new EP “Stay Alive” to much acclaim. Having achieved so much already we’re sure that 2017 will be the biggest year yet for the young singer-songwriter.
Sasha Matthissen is a 21 year old southern based acoustic folk UK artist drawing influences from the likes of Lucy Rose, Lissie & Carole King. Sasha is self taught on piano & guitar and began writing music at the age of fourteen. Her sound can be described as a deep powerful vocal blended with rich melodies.
See Guildhall Introducing Acoustic Sessions at Portsmouth Guildhall on Wednesday 19th April from 7:30pm. Tickets are £5.