An evening featuring three outstanding singer songwriters Geri Van Essen, Annie Dressner and Luke James Williams
Geri van Essen is an East London based singer who has wooed many a small venue audience with her quietly evocative melodies and lyrics.
Accompanying herself on the nylon string guitar and occasionally on the banjo, Geri van Essen defies musical boundaries, drawing inspiration and imagery from nature and domestic scenes.
Since moving from her hometown of New York City to the UK eight years ago, Annie Dressner has gained considerable recognition for her live shows as well as her recorded material.
Dressner’s songs are delivered with such conversational ease, it often seems as if she is reading from an intimate letter or a book, set to music.
Drawing influences from the likes of Sufjan Stevens and PJ Harvey, Luke James Williams paints pictures with words and sings them in his own distinctly British voice.
Luke has received rave reviews for his engaging and emotive live performances and has supported artists such as Stu Larsen, The Little Unsaid and Megson.
Tickets £8 adv HERESource: The Harrison website