A Night of Soul with Natalie Duncan, Bee Bakare & Normanton Street
Thursday’s at The Prince of Wales are dedicated to Live performances. From POW club favourites performing very special live projects to midweek giggles & great festival cross over acts.
We are delighted to welcome Natalie Duncan as a host of our 2nd Soul Nights series. Expect a very unqiue evening of soulful sounds, special guests – this time Bee Bakare and Normanton Street.
’An absolutely drop dead gorgeous vocal.’ (i-D)
’Intense and powerful’ (MOJO)
‘An incandescent star is born’ (Sunday Times)
Bee Bakare is a Nigeria-born British soul singer-songwriter. Her music is recognisable by the deeply rich and warm contralto that features in her sound.
Blowing away audiences with that big voice and smile, she is gaining momentum with a wealth of over 200 live performances in 2016 alone, ranging from intimate shows to UK festivals and concert venues. Her songs known for their ‘catchy hooks’ have also achieved and continue to achieve local and international radio play including BBC radio Bristol. They have also secured her finalist positions in the UK songwriting contest (USC). Bee recently became one of three winners in the Future music UK songwriting contest.
A soul/hip hop group based in Brighton fronted by Ned, Nicholson & Phoebe. Their sound is lyrically focused with three distinct vocals, jazz influenced guitars, warm bass grooves, tight rhythmic drums and memorable saxophone melodies.