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Nell Bryden has the heart of an artist, the mind of a storyteller and the restless soul of a troubadour.
These traits are in the genes of the native New Yorker – her parents are a painter and opera singer. But the self-belief and tireless work ethic that have seen her travel 300,000 miles to play 1,400 shows over the past seven years are all her own.Along the way Nell Bryden has picked up numerous fans, a few good friends, and a lifetime of tales to tell.
Following the enormous success of her last single “All You Had”, Nell’s third album “Wayfarer” will be released on 7th July 2014. Like its predecessor, “Wayfarer” finds Nell continuing her creative journey further into the world of rhythmic and electronic pop. Stylistically, “Wayfarer” is inspired by Fleetwood Mac, but with Nell’s soaring vocals reminiscent of classic Annie Lennox in her “Diva” heyday.
After 18 months promoting and touring her second album “Shake The Tree”, Nell has spent the last year writing and experimenting with her song writing and music, and finally settled on a stylistic direction for her next album in autumn 2013. Whittling down 25 demos to a dozen songs, and encouraged by the reception of “All You Had” at radio stations throughout the UK.
In between album writing and production duties, Nell has kept doing what she does best, playing live. In the last two years she’s performed 110 shows in UK, Europe and USA, most recently supporting Gipsy Kings on their Europe and UK tour, including her fourth performance at Royal Albert Hall, London, in a little over a year. Nell has been the support artist on major tours with Jools Holland, Chris Rea and Duane Eddy, alongside high profile Festival performances such as V Festival, Cornbury, Hyde Park, Guilfest and Bluesfest.
Nell is confirmed to perform at Chris Evan’s Carfest in August, the Milton Keynes International Festival in July, has been invited back to perform at Bluesfest in London in October and will be performing at Kew Gardens with Jools Holland in July. Nell is also getting recognition for her talents as a songwriter, with her song “Sirens” being picked up by Cher for her latest album, “Closer to the Truth”,