Penny is a UK born English & American Vocalist and songwriter.
Originally from Hay - on - Wye now based near Sheffield.
Penny released her second EP 'If, Buts and Maybes' June 2017, with the single 'Misery Guts' which has gained praise and notice from UK and International music blogs, magazines and radio, such as; BBC Introducing Sheffield and BBC East Midlands, Pulse Radio (Scotland), Fantasy Radio (Devises), ExpressFM (Portsmoth), Thank Folk for That, Big Bad Buckle, Velvety (Spanish Music Blog), Indie Quick Picks
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Her songs and music draw inspiration from her Anglo - American life experiences;
Using melodic metaphors with emotive observations of human behavior and tongue-in-cheek, insightful interpretation of everyday life.
Penny's music Genre (Not limited to but best described as)- Americana, Folk, Jazz
Singer-songwriter Penny has a sound all of her own, with vocal depths reminiscent of artists such as; Janis Ian,
Elana Tonra (Daughter) and Joy Williams (The Civil Wars).
With the lyrical stylings of Joan Baez, Early Paulo Nutini and KT Tunstall.
Noted as one to add to your 'musical watch list' Emma Sutherland, FATEA online publishing,
and a 'soulful girl' Institute of Arts and Ideas, London.
Penny has made regular appearances in and around the borders of Wales and England’s music scene.
She has toured local festivals and venues, gaining invites and publicity to events, festivals and music scenes further afield
such as Brecon Jazz Fringe, Latitude, and Sheffield's Tramlines Festival.
Penny has regularly played venues such as Hay on Wye’s Globe (Hosts of the How the Light Gets in Festival),
The Courtyard (Hereford), Riffly' Live Stream Music Channel (Sheffield), Chesterfield Artisan Market,
and Matlock Bath Music Festival.
Penny is now beginning to make regular appearances at other performance venues in and around the area of Sheffield
and the wider UK.
Penny is currently unsigned & Working independently to promote her music