Rooted in Nashville’s rich traditions, but also informed by a cinematic pop/rock sound with nods to Roy Orbison and George Harrison, Lera Lynn has received praise for her terrific songwriting, for her strong stage presence and, not least, for her fantastic voice! She has collaborated with such acts as T Bone Burnett and Rosanne Cash, and her own voice often receives comparisons to Emmylou Harris. And she had quite a break through, when she performed the haunting ballad ‘My Least Favourite Life’ in ‘True Detective’. Recently she has released the album ‘Plays Well With Others’ to wide critical acclaim. Don’t miss the chance to hear this brilliant Nashville musician for an intimate show at ALICE. The matiné show the same day is sold out – so we’re happy to offer an extra show in the evening.
“…her gorgeous Emmylou-like voice which wraps itself around the varied tone of her collaborators…” – Uncut Magazine
“Lynn has long been a singular voice in roots music. Now, with a few new voices in the mix, hers somehow stands out more than ever.” – NPR First Listen