Amy Studt returned to The Eastney Cellars with some of the best female artist from the area.
It was the dulcet tones of Natalie Hall who kicked things off, before Under The Laurels, who wowed the crowd with an incredible performance. Her heavenly vocals and distinctively beautiful style really blew me away. Not even a troublesome guitar could tarnish her stunning set.
Tracks such as Flowers and the outstanding I Walk Tall were a true joy to behold, and left many, myself included, wanting to hear more.
It was then time for something a little special as Becky Jerams and Jazz Morley came together under the name of Betty Blue, treating the crowd to a number of cracking tracks, including a cover of Kiss The Girl from Disney’s The Little Mermaid, which had everyone cheering along.
Amy Studt took to the stage to a warm welcome and put on a fantastic show considering she had just lost a close friend in the late Miss Winehouse.
Amy’s passionate and heartfelt performance was exceptional.
The crowd listened in awe as she flowed through her wondrous set, bringing it to an emotional end with Violently With Love, before leaving the stage to rapturous applause.