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Jake Morrell

Rescheduled from Thursday 4 March 2021 to Wednesday 27 October 2021 and our Box Office team will be in contact by email with ticket holders Tickets

Supported by Emily Faye

With the nation’s ever-increasing embracing of music with a country vibe, there’s surely no better sound for radio than Jake Morrell’s joyous Freewheeling. It’s already been picked up on Spotify’s ‘Nearly Nashville’ playlist.

After being discovered by Dermot O’Leary, Jake has been winning some influential supporters, including the likes of Emily Eavis, Bob Harris and Baylen Leonard. Jake’s warm harmony-drenched songs have been increasingly featured on Radio 2, playlists around the country and both Chris Country and Country Hits Radio. Freewheeling is Jake’s latest single and promises to further cement him as the nation’s favourite new UK male country artist.

Jake’s unique British take on the genre was exemplified by his first single, Englishman (Trying to Write a Country Song). The country boy from Norfolk followed this up with another irresistible homespun single, the aptly named Home. Now, with Freewheeling, Jake again shows his way with a great tune and universally relatable lyrics.

Live, Jake and his band have been making quite an impact with shows around the country. 2019 has seen them on a nationwide tour, making a triumphant return to The 02’s Country2Country, back to Glastonbury, The Long Road, Nashville meets London and through the summer on countless festivals.

jakemorrell.co.uk

Supported by Emily Faye

Emily Faye's music is a sweet concoction of Country Pop, her inspiration stems from a love of Songwriting, and a desire to tell her story. Following being named by Rolling Stone Magazine as ‘A New Country Artist You Need To Know’ Emily Faye has since taken the UK Country music scene in her stride.

emilyfayemusic.com

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