Lady Nade needs no introduction. Within a minute of hearing her voice, this modern soul, rootsy -jazz blues, folk pop balladeer will make you feel as if she’s an old friend. You’ll find yourself transported to places you have never been to, and you will feel nostalgic for times you have never had. Going to a performance is a reunion. Whoever you are, were or would like to be will be greeted and loved. You’ll share a room with her, and she’ll give you her story. All of it. The joys and sorrows. The full scale from the good, sweet times to the downright dysfunctional. You will love her for it, and she will love you. Be ready. Be prepared. Her tender soulful voice will draw you in. Sing to your very bones. Strip you down then build you up to be more than you were.
With a busy schedule of hotly-tipped shows and residencies, 2018 continues to be a tasteful year, performing in countless locations, from underground bars to festival fields, concert venues and European cities, her increasing profile has earned her endorsement from Taylor Guitars, Sontronics and Icon Films, features on BBC2 Dermot’ O Leary, Tom Robinson’s BBC6 Fresh Net show and BBC Bristol’s Introducing, France National RadIo and Sam Bain (writer of Peep show and Freshman) ‘Yours Truly, Pierre Stone’ BB4 Radio Show continue to spark national interest.
The heart of Nade’s debut album ‘Hard to Forget’ was lovingly crafted mostly in the kitchen. A dedicated food aficionado, Nade poured her creativity in to every song, and lavished each with a recipe to match. The finished result is a deeply evocative and emotive album , filled with wonderful words that nourish both body and soul.
Lady Nade is now harnessing the flavours of her first album release, and cooking up her second sensory delight. The ingredients for her follow up album ‘Safe Place’ are simmering away nicely, and will be brought to the table in Spring 2019, on Mint Lime records.
The stylistic palette is broad. So, get ready ready to fill your hearts with music for the soul.