Roxanne de Bastion - St. Patrick's Day House Concert!

Recommended Donations: (All donation goes to the artist)!

$20 per seat at the door

Doors open at 7:00 PM. Show starts around 7:45 PM. BYOB and bring hors d'oeuvres or snacks to share!

Adults only, Please

There’s no doubt that Roxanne de Bastion is an incredibly talented artist and she has made a big impression on the music press and radio since she began performing in 2007. She’s also a great inspiration to many new artists, a shining light when it comes to musical independence having released her debut album “The Real Thing” on her own label, Nomad Songs and successfully self-organising numerous international tours. Her insight into the music industry has also led to her being invited to join the board of the FAC in order to represent up-and-coming musicians. Last year, Roxanne founded FM2U, a conference and network specifically from and for independent musicians.

Roxanne de Bastion has been awarded an official showcase performance slot at next year’s Folk Alliance Conference and is being supported by PRS Foundation. With new recordings under her belt, Roxanne is looking to build her team, release her second album and tour extensively in 2016.

“Standout number…astonishingly assured” (Clive Davis, The Sunday Times)

“A real mover and shaker in the independent music world” (Ruth Barnes, Amazing Radio)

“If you ever get a chance to go see her live – definitely do!” (BBC Introducing)

My name is Roxanne de Bastion and I’m a Singer / Songwriter. I was born and raised in Berlin, where I grew up listening to the Beatles, learning guitar and attempting to write and perform my own songs.

Once I finished school I decided it was time to move into my own life of music and so I packed a bag, my guitar and flew to London with a one-way ticket in 2007. Since then I’ve been fortunate to be able to play my songs across the country and pave my own musical path. I’m now based in London, but spend most of my time on trains across the UK playing in as many different nooks and crannies as possible.

Although it’s not always easy, I am infinitely thankful to be able to practice what fulfils me most, to make and perform music, and for all of you who have found enjoyment in my songs and journey. Thank you so much for coming to my shows, listening to my words and for your support!

See you along the way!