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RHIANNON MAIR / Acoustic, Live Entertainment, Live Music, Singer/Songwriter

Fri 1Apr
9:00 PM

Note: This event has finished


Rhiannon Mair knows her way around the music industry; she’s a talented singer/songwriter who can play her own back up drums and produce her own album.

image001Rhiannon has released two Crowd Funded records, a hit single in Austria’s Top 10 Charts and toured up and down the UK and Germany. Along the way she’s appeared on BBC Radio 2 and received support from BBC Introducing Counties.

Besides recording and producing in her own studio, Rhiannon recently performed with Antonio Lulic as a drummer for his recent UK tour and supported Kimberley Anne on her pop-up tour around the UK.

Rhiannon has always been strongly influenced by the eclectic mix of rock and folk music she’s been hearing since she was just a lil’ thing in her momma’s womb. She grew up on a diet of Bonnie Raitt, Dave Le Roth and the Indigo Girls but it was KT Tunstall and Alanis Morrisette who caught her attention and influenced her unique style.

Rhiannon’s songs tell a story of some point in her life and every track is dripping with meaning. It’s easy to apply her lyrics to your own life; whether it’s an unrequited love in “Why Can’t I Be Your Girlfriend” or that b**** who screwed you over in “Love and Hate”, Rhiannon seems to know what you’ve been through and has the song to help you work through it.

Rhiannon is currently hard at work on a new EP; recording and producing an independent release from the comfort of her own dining room.


“Nice tunes!” – Dermot O’Leary, BBC Radio Two

“Catchy Indie-Folk” – Beat2aChord

“What an incredible voice” – Roundhouse Radio

“The singer-songwriter scene is getting mighty crowded but this young lady stands out from the crowd.” – BBC Radio Suffolk

“Engaging, melodic, confident – everything you want a solo artist to be” – Birmingham Review

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