jazz & blues


This event has been rescheduled as we are currently closed due to the coronavirus crisis: all tickets are valid for the new date.

The honey-voiced singer-songwriter behind platinum-selling 2010 debut Seasons of My Soul presents Southern-tinged new album Nashville Tears.

Seeking new musical inspiration during her time living in the American South, Rumer journeyed to Nashville in search of hidden gems to record.

Once she heard the catalogue of Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member Hugh Prestwood, whose work has been recorded by transcendent singers including Alison Krauss, Trisha Yearwood and Judy Collins, she was hooked.

Nashville Tears collects 15 of Prestwood’s finest songs, many never recorded until now, revealing truths of the heart, both intimate and universal, realistic and romantic.

Rumer’s Seasons of My Soul landed in the top three of the UK Albums Charts in 2010 and won her a Mojo Award as well as two Brit Award nominations.

She’s also been recognised as a peerless interpreter of other songwriters, releasing albums Boys Don’t Cry, Rumer Sings Bacharach at Christmas and This Girl's in Love: A Bacharach & David Songbook.

there’s a controlled confidence and sensitivity behind each note that makes for a powerful delivery ★★★★
warm, effortless and instantly familiar ★★★★
a cosy blend of sentimentality and sophistication ★★★★

Dates & times

11 Mar 2021
Approximate run time: 120 mins
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Queen Elizabeth Hall


£32.50 - £42.50
Booking fee: £3.50 (Members £0.00)
£32.50, £42.50


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