Shout About Exeter
Red-lipstick loving singer-songwriter Hannah’s voice has been described as having a ‘unique quality’ and ‘soulful.’ Whilst not fitting into conventional genres, her style leans towards pop and indie. Down to the Wire is South West England's regular sing.
Chris Ostler is an innovative Singer-Songwriter motivated by his observations of life, people and various emotions. His voice is both powerful and haunting, and his ability to enthral a room is locally renowned. The way he writes is shaped by his visual .
Matt Palmer, front man of alternative rock group the Matt Palmer Band draws his influences from bands such as Pearl Jam, Smashing Pumpkins and Radiohead. Down to the Wire is South West England's regular singer songwriter evening that happens in Exeter on.
A ‘Dream Folk’ artist, China Blue's music sounds both angelic and dark, - even trance like, with a love for floral, gentle sounds, and sweet melodies with hints of angst. Down to the Wire is South West England's regular singer songwriter evening that hap.
Ollie Dixon is an alternative folk, singer-songwriter. His blend of complex guitar work, soulful vocals and heart felt lyrics, bleeds with honesty and soars between atmospheric highs and emotional depths. Down to the Wire is South West England's regular .
Charlie Louise is a young singer songwriter from Cornwall has been gigging relentlessly during 2019, so unsurprisingly we invited her to perform at Down to the Wire. Her fantastic music combines both the country and pop genres, which never fails to impre.
Ysella Sims, the person behind POETIC Licence, an open mic poetry in a pub evening in Crediton performed for us in May and delivered a great set. This set was recorded at our bi-monthly spoken word evening Word Command. For future dates see our listings.
Episode 29: Anne-Marie Waite The amazing Anne-Marie Waite is a singer songwriter who loves the sky and open spaces and writes songs that are influenced by her life experiences both happy and sad. The full set Episodes are the full sets of the acts play.
Episode 29: Babysnakes The Babysnakes formed in 2000 over a mutual love of sugary tea and acoustic guitar driven pop songs. Following a short ten-year hiatus, they are embarking on a mission to make everyone's life better via the medium of nicely written.
Dom's first ever performance, performing some poems he has written over the last couple of years. This set was recorded at our bi-monthly spoken word evening Word Command. For future dates see our listings.