Court In Session: Songwriter Series

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Our Court In Session: Songwriter Series continues with Richard Lee, Oggy Why and Ben Wickins. 

Richard Lee

Richard Lee is a singer-songwriter with a voice that is both warm and intimate, which can go from a whisper to a roar. Richard has played on the same bill as The Shires, The Real Thing and Space.

Oggy Why

“Oggy Why is moved by the emotional, interior world. His introspection and love of the abstract are evident in his lyrics and that voice.” (Briggy Smale, Radio 1 DJ) 

“His songs are full of passion, craft and song melody. He is a songwriter with great imagination who draws you in.” Pete Smith (producer: Sting, Stevie Wonder, Van Morrison).

“Sumptuous textures, demure and rich musicality and lyricism echoing Joni Mitchell and Björk”. Becky Jones (Saint Saviour, Groove Armada).

Ben Wickins

Inspired by David Bowie and Prince, 23-year old Ben Wickins is a rock and R&B shape-shifter, whose dark and heavy music is blowing away crowds at London's hottest live venues. He is currently writing and recording material for his debut album and dreaming of taking his dramatic and thrilling live show to audiences around the world.
'Hard Soul' Neo-Soul meets 90s Rock.
Tickets: £6 in advance, £8 on the door.