Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Roxanne de Bastion was born in Berlin and is now based in London.
Influenced by the Sixties’ greats, especially The Beatles, her UK tour brings her to The Greystones in Sheffield on Sunday, April 10.
She has been taking her music far and wide, travelling around mainland Europe and the United States on trains and buses.
She has returned recently from Germany and the Folk Alliance International in Kansas.
She is also emerging as a champion of placing music and art at the heart of city planning, so places such as London and Berlin remain vibrant and full of character.
Support at Greystones Road venue on Sunday is provided by Cousin Jac and Yellowcake.
For tickets, priced from £8, visit www.mygreystones.co.uk
* The Greystones has become a magnet for American and Canadian roots-based singers and musicians – and there are more on the way.
Nashville-based singer-songwriter Diana Jones brings her traditional folk and Appalachian music to S11 on Wednesday, April 13. She is touring in support of a live retrospective album. And Austin-based singer-songwriter David Ramirez includes a date at The Greystones on Tuesday, April 26 as he performs tracks his latest album, Fables, around the UK.
For tickets and further details, visit www.mygreystones.co.uk