Daisy Bell is a 20 year old Singer/Songwriter from Cambridgeshire.
Having written songs on her guitar from an early age, she won the open mic competition at The 2012 Southwell Folk Festival, Nottingham at the age of 16 and was awarded one of the main stages and a slot in the festival’s 2013 line up.
In the same year Daisy also won one of the joint places in the Young Musician’s Hub band competition at the 2012 Cambridge Folk Festival where she also played slots at The Club Tent and The Den in solo capacity.
The following year 2013, she succeeded in reaching many goals. These included a prestigious guest slot supporting Toploader during their UK tour in Warwickshire, was given a residency in London Soho for the Seb Collective/ @sebcollective1 (who discovered Adele and Amy Winehouse) and has notched up to nearly 70 gigs playing both locally in Cambridgeshire and further afield.
As a singer/songwriter she is constantly developing and the mature, mellow timbre of her voice suits the distinctive quality of her heart rending songs.
A few venues where she has performed include The St James and The Arts Theatre, Leicester Sq, London where she was featured in a notorious Cabaret WHATEVER HAPPENED TO LALA SHOCKETTE and took part in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at The Symposium (Venue 43), The Bedford in Balham, London, six gigs at the Sanctum Rock’n Roll Hotel, Soho, The Spice Of Life, Soho, The Alley Cat, Denmark Street London, London Coffee Festival, a guest slot in a Private Screening of a film THE PROMOTER at The Elgin Notting Hill Music House, London, Ventnor Arts Club in Isle Of White, Picnic In The Park in Godmanchester, a slot on BBC Cambridgeshire Radio and lots of local venues around Cambridgeshire including lots of Charity events and Private Party events. Check the gigs page for extra details.
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Mark Slater in reviewing Daisy at Southwell, wrote on the ‘Association of Festival Organisers’ web site:
“The talent of this singer songwriter is truly scary – watch out…!”