Lucy Rose Tickets
Lucy Rose is a talented young vocalist from Warwickshire, England who has worked with many different artists apart from being a solo artist. She has worked on albums by Bombay Bicycle Club, A Different Kind of Fix and Flaws and has contributed with her energetic vocals. Watch the young artist perform her best songs live by purchasing Lucy Rose tickets online.
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Rose started playing drums at a very young age and was a part of her school’s orchestra. She practiced her self-created tunes on piano and later bought a guitar, which she learned to play by herself. She didn’t perform her own material until she completed her higher education. After moving to London when she was eighteen, she started spending time with various artists and musicians. It was during this time she met David Best, who is an established London based singer and songwriter. She also met the frontman of Bombay Bicycle Club, Jack Steadman, who asked her to contribute her vocals to a song that he had written himself. The result of their collaboration was the album ‘Flaws’, with Steadman on lead vocals and Rose as the backing vocalist. She also featured in the album ‘A Different Kind of Fix’.
Lucy Rose performs alongside guitarist Rjorn Agren, drummer Sam Nadel and bassist Simba Bhebhe. The music videos released by Rose have received a lot of attention. Most of her videos are directed by Orestes Mitas who is her very close friend. Her sweet vocals have captured the hearts of many listeners and received positive reviews worldwide.
23 years old Lucy Rose has been critically acclaimed and Vogue Magazine in one of its editions, named her as one of the "Breakout Stars for 2012". She gained significant attention with her song ‘Don’t You worry’ which was also featured in an episode of the popular television series Skins. Her song ‘Night Bus’ featured on the tenth episode of ‘Catfish: The TV show’ in the first season.
Her debut album was recorded in 2012 after a string of live performances in her local area. The album was titled ‘Like I Used To’ and was produced by Charlie Hugall. The production took place at her parents’ house in Warwickshire. The full audio can be streamed online which was released on 24th September. Columbia Records signed the young artist on 12th May 2012. She started touring UK, Canada and the United States with Noah And The Whale and The Bombay Bicycle Club during February and March of 2012. One of her biggest performance was at the Live at Leeds Festival in May 2012. She also played at the Hop Farm Festival on Bread & Rose’s stage on 30th June alongside Bob Dylan.
Lucy Rose received a lot of attention from the media for her performances at The Magic Loungeabout, the Latitude Festival, The Y Not Festival and the Green Man Festival. All her major performances took place in 2012. An acoustic version of the song ‘Bikes’ was played on BBC Three during her performance at Reading Festival 2012. She was the main stage headliner at the Fieldview Festival held in 2012.
Lucy Rose is inspired by the music and singing style of Joni Mitchell and Neil Young, as she has stated in many interviews. She began exploring different types of music when she moved to London which is where she derives her current style from. Lucy Rose is often in the news because of her a great voice and an astounding stage presence. To witness it on your own, buy Lucy Rose tickets for her upcoming concert.
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Currently the average price for Lucy Rose tickets is $221. The date and location for this event is 31-Mar-18 at The Boot & Saddle, Philadelphia. The minimum get-in price for Lucy Rose tickets is $164.
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