Megan Henwood, BBC Young Folk Award winner comes to Pennine Camphill Community Hall, Near Wakefield to perform.
Megan is clearly rooted in the folk tradition but is by no means bound by it. Her songs have a timeless and universal radio-friendly appeal. Here is a truly talented British singer-songwriter with a long and fruitful career ahead of her.
Megan won the BBC RADIO 2 Young Folk Award in 2009 with her brother Joe, beating off strong competition in the final at Queen Elizabeth Hall on London’s Southbank, at the age of 20.
Her debut single “What Elliott Said” which won a number of new fans through its playlist at BBC Radio 2 and sessions at various stations including the Janice Long show on Radio 2.
Megan has become a regular on the festival circuit; Glastonbury, Cropredy, Wilderness, Larmer Tree, The Cambridge Folk Festival, Secret Garden Party, Towersey Village Festival, Warwick Folk Festival, Moseley Folk Festival, Oxford Folk Festival, Cheltenham, Sidmouth Folk Festival.
This event takes place at
Pennine Camphill Community Hall
Wakefield Visitor Centre: 0845 601 83 53
9 The BullRing Wakefield WF1 2HB
|Fri 19 Jul 2013||19:30|
See venue address above, WF1 1HB
Map reference: SE 331210 Lat: 53.68442 Long: -1.50030
|Fri 7 - Sun 9 Jun 2013||Long Division|