American artist set for Kings Heath date.
Americana/indie-country artist Michaela Anne, described as country music’s “next big thing” according to BBC Radio 2 presenter Bob Harris, performs her first headlining show in Birmingham on May 19th at the Kitchen Garden Cafe, Kings Heath. This performance immediately follows a several week tour in Europe and the UK supporting acclaimed roots duo Mandolin Orange.
A staple of Nashville’s indie-country scene, Michaela Anne is a writer with narrative depth and a timeless voice. On her 2014 album Ease My Mind, she was praised by The New York Times for her insightful songwriting and has continued to pick up speed since.
On her latest release, Bright Lights and the Fame, Michaela achieved new creative heights and her catchy, complex songwriting paired with her sweet, steady voice yielded widespread critical praise from NPR, The New York Times, Noisey, Rolling Stone, and Stereogum, among others.
Since the release of Bright Lights and the Fame, Michaela Anne has remained in constant motion. She has headlined performances throughout the US including festival appearances at Bristol Rhythm & Roots, AmericanaFest and MerleFest, while also touring internationally including a performance at AmericanaFest UK. She has also acted as direct support for Ron Pope, Mandolin Orange, The Travelin’ McCourys, Courtney Marie Andrews and Sam Outlaw (who is producing her upcoming album set to release in 2019)!
For tickets and more information about Michaela Anne visit www.michaelaanne.com.