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Alex Hart returns to her roots

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Clayhidon Parish Hall, Battle Street, Clayhidon  EX15 3PL
Rising singer/songwriter Alex Hart returns with her band to her home valley on Saturday 25 February, to play a gig at Clayhidon Parish Hall.

Alex was brought up in Ashill, near Culmstock, and went to school at Uffculme. Now 25, she  has built a promising music career, working with the likes of Terry Britten, songwriter for Tina Turner, Cliff Richard, Olivia Newton-John, Status Quo and Michael Jackson.

After touring Europe with Jethro Tull’s guitarist Martin Barr, Alex and her own band are currently recording for a new EP. “This time we’re going for a more folky/rootsy sound, which I know you’re all going to love,” she says.

“I love performing live, either solo or with my band and have been lucky enough to have played at some legendary venues including the Troubadour, Ronnie Scott’s and many concert venues around Europe.”

Alex is highly versatile. In contrast to her own style of music, in 2013 she released a track with the DJ team ‘Electronic Youth’. Their cover of Angie Stone’s ‘I Wish I Didn’t Miss You’ went to no. 2 in the Music Week Club Charts and was played and supported by Pete Tong on Radio 1.

The Clayhidon gig starts at 7.30pm (doors open 7 pm). Tickets are £8.50 (£6.50 concessions), available from Caroline Bendle on 01823 681047 or via email We are expecting a sell-out, but any unsold tickets will be available at the door. You can also book a light supper for £5.

We do hope you will join us for an evening with this uniquely talented local woman. You can hear her sing on this link.