This event has been rescheduled to a new
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Modern Age Music Roots Presents
Harriet Rose live at Record Junkee, Sheffield
Date: Sunday 18th July , 2021 - (2nd date)
Tickets: £10 per person (seated & available in groups of 2-4)
Venue: 12 minute's walk from Sheffield train station
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This show will be socially distanced, operating with a limited, reduced capacity. All guests will be seated for the performance, and tickets are available to purchase in groups of 2. Safety measures will be in place to ensure the safety of all performers, staff and guests:
Due to social distancing, we are selling tables of 2-4 instead of individual tickets (groups who purchase together will be seated together).
Please arrive with all guests for the table together, and with your e-ticket either printed out or on your phone. All guests will be temperature checked at the entrance. There will be hand sanitizers at various points around the venue and you can use these upon arrival. Track and trace will be in operation upon arrival.
IMPORTANT - if you are experiencing any Covid-19 symptoms or have been in contact recently with anyone who has, please do not attend this event.
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UK born singer/songwriter Harriet Rose, is a small town girl with big dreams. Gigging since the age of 12, Harriet’s music and performances have been highly acclaimed everywhere and she is well known for her ability to draw the audience in and have them hang onto every word.
The multi-instrumentalist prides herself on offering a unique Americana sound with a blend of powerhouse vocals and catchy guitar hooks. Harriet’s songs are always inspired by her own life; the trips and tumbles that make for honest and relatable lyrics, rare for someone so young, who seems wiser than their years. She describes her own music as “Sass, flares and a little bit of heartache.
2019 was a busy year for Harriet. She performed over 130 gigs and organised a 30-date tour entirely by herself. Labelled by some as a ‘360 artist’, in addition to the song writing Harriet takes responsibility for all aspects of her career. Her determination to succeed is evident in the effort and passion she pours into her artistry, which goes unmatched.
Within the last year, Harriet has made a name for herself in the UK Americana/Country scene, being nominated for awards and supporting established artists. She released her debut single 'Small Town Chains' which was received with high praise and continues to grow her fan base globally. During the lockdown period, Harriet remained busy performing numerous live streams in both the UK and USA as well was taking part in podcasts and interviews