WITH her star firmly in the ascendant, Warwickshire singer Lucy Rose is making her own destiny and shaping her future like no other new artist and will play the Princess Pavilion in Falmouth on Friday, May 17.
A mixture of true grit, sheer dedication and an unshakeable sense of self has all led Lucy to the kind of status that most new artists dream of but can only achieve through record company support.
Until her recent signing to Columbia Records, Lucy Rose had none of this, but her heart-stoppingly poignant songs and cracked porcelain voice saw her enter 2012 with YouTube hits, radio plays and crowds like nobody else out there.
Such is her fan-base, she now sells out 500-capacity venues with ease, and at the tender age of 23, Lucy is being tipped by the great and the good as the one new British artist who may stick around longer than any of the other fly-by-night contenders.
"Gentle, folky, confidential tone, undershot by a coolness of intelligence and self possession" 4/5 The Daily Telegraph
"Miss Rose's unassuming charm ticks off everything on the How To Make Your Fans Adore You checklist" 7/10 NME
Tickets go on sale from Monday, February 11, at 9am and are available from See Tickets 0871 2200260 / www.seetickets.com or from the Princess Pavilion box office on 01326 211222.