Making some history

Ginger Wildheart of The Wildhearts, live in London, 2018, on the Britrock Must Be Destroyed tour. Picture: Roberto Gasparro.

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After four years of success in America, British born singer-songwriter Callaghan returns home to promote her new album which is released on Sunday.

With A History of Now, which was recorded in Nashville, Callaghan returns with the blend of folk, country, rock and pop that’s already won her an army of fans Stateside.

Originally from Lincolnshire, Callaghan moved to the US in summer 2010 to record her debut album with Grammy nominated US artist Shawn Mullins.

After she reached out to him online, Mullins was blown away by her voice and songwriting and agreed to collaborate. Callaghan has never looked back and US fans have taken her to their hearts.

She plays The Cellars at Eastney on Monday, doors 7.30pm. Tickets £8 advance, £10 on the door. Go to