About Sarah Yeo, Katy Hurt & Motel Sundown
Now open to Members
Open to All: 10am Friday 02 June
Devonian Country Folk artist Sarah Yeo first ventured onstage aged nine and never looked back! Performing in the UK and over in the USA this prolific songwriter has been impressing crowds with her rich, soaring "Beautiful Voice" (BBC Introducing) and stunning catalogue of original music which she has been releasing from 2013. Once named as Jim Marshall's (amps) favourite singer, Sarah Joins forces this summer with Pedal Steel Queen Sarah Jory for a string of shows as Duo "Yeo & Jory' as well as organising the West Country Music Festival near Exeter, along with shows up and down the country including a headlining spot the Cambridge Folk Club, and an appearance at the British Country Music Festival.
Motel Sundown are an Americana, Folk-Rock band based in Liverpool. In 2022 they released their debut album, If You Were Listening. Since releasing the album, they have played The British Country Music Festival, gained 30,000 streams on Apple Music with the title track and supported the likes of Ashley Campbell, American Duo The Chapin Sisters and The Hanging Stars. The band have also secured a slot at this year's Black Deer Festival in Kent this June and are currently recording new material to be released in the coming months.
Born in London and raised in the US, Katy Hurt was drawn to the sounds of Americana and Southern rock from a young age, inspired by artists such as Bonnie Raitt and The Eagles.
Since her debut, Katy has won accolades such as awards for Female Vocalist of the Year, Best EP, Best Song and Best Video. She has also toured extensively, playing major festivals such as Country 2 Country, Pilton Party and the Isle of Wight festival.
Katy spent time in Canada, working with Juno Award-winning producer Murray Pulver, writing and recording a host of songs, for her highly anticipated debut album, including her latest singles “Sounds Good In A Bar” and “Wish I Could Give You Up”, which both went to No.1 on the UK iTunes charts and were added to rotation on CBC, Sirius XM and KIX Australia.
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