Hear Her Voice: Danni Nicholls announces UK Spring dates

With the wind in her sails from receiving three consecutive Americana Music Association UK award nominations (Album, Artist and Song of the year in 2017, 2018 & 2020 respectively) singer-songwriter Danni Nicholls has been an americana landmark artist on our shores in recent years, opening for Lucinda Williams and The Secret Sisters plus being invited to perform at events such as Folk Alliance International, Cambridge Folk Festival, Tonder Festival, Denmark and AmericanaFest in Nashville.

Following her first two critically acclaimed studio albums, ‘A Little Redemption’ (2013) and ‘Mockingbird Lane’ (2015), 2019 saw the release of her third ‘The Melted Morning’  whose content spanned an array of life’s takeaways from the pain and darkness of rejection, the fear of losing yourself and the power of human connection to offering up hope and new perspectives in the face of adversities, which let’s face it we could all do with right now. Touring this new collection of songs, mainly as a trio, Danni has announced her Hear Your Voice Tour 2020, tickets for which available here – coming to a town near you, as they say.

Danni Nicholls 2020 UK Dates

23/04 229 The Venue, London
24/04 Village Hotel, Hull
25/04 The Met (The Box), Bury
26/04 Sage 2, Gateshead
29/04 St Lawrence’s Church, Biddulph
30/04 St James the Greater Church, Leicester
01/05 Norden Farm Arts Centre, Maidenhead
02/05 Chapel Arts Centre, Bath
03/05 Acapela Studio, Cardiff
17/05 Henry Tudor House, Shrewsbury
22/05 Otterton Mill, Otterton (solo)
24/05 Acorn Arts Centre, Penzance (solo)
27/05 Royal Liverpool Philharmonic (Music Room) Liverpool
28/05 The Greystones, Sheffield
29/05 Town Hall Live, Kirton in Lindsey
30/05 The Stables (Jim Marshall Auditorium) Milton Keynes


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Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield has been the Editor of Americana UK for the last 19 years and still feels like this is his pretend job, mainly because it is.

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