Court In Session: Songwriter Series

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Our Court In Session Songwriter Series continues with Charlie Scoble, Kuryan Pereira and Henry Grace.

Charlie Scoble has been honing his craft as a musician and writer since a young age. He has worked as a vocalist, guitarist and composer and grown through the diverse London & Bristol music scene. In his upcoming solo project Scoble brings all of his influences together, from the likes of artists such as Lianne La Havas, Leon Bridges, Jeff Buckley, Tom Misch and FKJ. Charlie's song writing is motivated by life experiences and experimenting with new sounds. His creative vision is to always make music with
sincerity and pay homage to his countless inspirations.

Kuryan Pereira, singer-songwriter from High Wycombe, made her debut in 2011 with ‘City of Angels’ and has since played hundreds of gigs for a multitude of charities, festivals and music venues in London, Oxford, Maidenhead, Aylesbury, Henley, and Wycombe. Kuryan has played the stages of The Hootananny Brixton(BRIA Awards), Maidenhead Festival, Wycombe Frogfest, The Natural History Museum, St Pancras Church (Lion Aid), Henley Living Advent Calendar and Phoenix (Oxjam). Kuryan Music has been on the airwaves thanks to Wycombe Sound Radio, Chiltern Voice and Radio Blackfrog and was scouted for the Voice in 2017 but declined when asked to fulfill the requirement of playing a cover. Kuryan believes music is about working together to bring beauty to the world and not about competing to be better than fellow artists. In low husky vocal tones that ride upon grungy riffs, Kuryan Music is delivered with all the passion of being alive in this beautiful crazy world. Influences - Nirvana, Bush, Blink182.

UK native Henry Grace began his music career in Los Angeles. He started out playing small clubs in Venice Beach before moving on to play many of California's most storied
venues. In 2016, he released his debut EP, Crash The Moon, which gained him the attention of Guild Guitars among others. The EP's title track is centered around Henry's long but successful battle with depression during his late teens and early twenties. His sophomore EP, What We Took from the Mountain, released in 2018 and championed by BBC Introducing, documents Henry's journey in America—with songs such as Missouri demonstrating a departure from the English fields of his youth to something ultimately bigger and less familiar.

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