A quiet storm

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Diminutive chanteuse, Lucy Rose played before a breathless crowd which had gathered to hear her play tracks from her new album, Something’s Changing, at Cafe38 in Marlborough on Monday 10th July. The free gig, organised by Sound Knowledge of Hughenden Yard, showcased the mellifluous vocals of an artist coming into her own, reminding us of the power

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of a pared back acoustic set. Only 28, Lucy is standing firm in the face of opposition from music companies who insist that she needs more than her voice and a guitar. Last night’s performance proved that nothing else is required and by being true to herself she has created a standout album. Hats off to this courageous and talented young woman. She will go far.

Signed copies of Something’s Changing are available from Sound Knowledge, 22 Hughenden Yard, High Street, Marlborough, SN8 1LT. Tel 01672 511106

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