The 5 biggest Artists to come out of Coffee House...
Following a string of critically acclaimed EPs, which received extensive coverage in media and were featured by BBC Radio 1, BBC 1Xtra and more, Ady played a string of headline shows across the UK in 2016, most recently selling out London's Scala in October, before heading back into the studio to continue work on his debut album.
She grew up listening to Ella Fitzgerald, Betty Swan, Betty Wright and James Brown and draws on these influences alongside newer influences, Amy Winehouse and Adele to create a fusion of soul, funk, jazz and pop that sounds classic and brand spanking new all at once. Her career has developed further and was asked to perform at Glastonbury 2014.
Walker won the Best Breakthrough Act at the 2019 Brit Awards and was nominated for 'Best British Single' with his song 'Leave a Light on.' He's been the support act for artists such as Jake Bugg and George Ezra and went on tour with The Script in the United States.
The Northern duo –Jack Sedman and Harry Draper –took on the world, releasing debut album ‘Tell Me It’s Real’ in 2016. It’s a record dominated by their move to London, signing to Columbia Records, and plunging head-first into an industry and working with people such as Maisie Williams in their music video for 'Oceans.'
On 18 August 2014, Luke's first album The Fire Inside was featured as BBC Radio 6's album of the day. The album was received with mixed reviews. It debuted at number 43 in the Official UK Album Top 100 and reached number 35 in the UK iTunes album chart.