Amy Macdonald returns to our country to present her latest work, Under the Stars. The author of the successful debut album This is the Life will visit us within the framework of the Room Festival, to make us dance to the rhythm of her pop-folk and her powerful voice. A very special show that you can’t miss. Ten years after her first album, she will bring us a great live show, happy to be reunited with her audience with an acoustic set with band.
Numerous recognitions endorse the artistic trajectory of the Scottish: Four times in the “top 5” of the European lists. For all her 4 albums published, she has been awarded with the “platinum album” 12 times, with over 5 million sales. The spring tour of 2017 has sold more than 50,000 tickets, and continues to accumulate success.
“Firebird” is the first solo album by Xavier Calvet, the tireless leader of the punk rock band Bullitt.
The album is discovered as a kind of ‘roadtrip’ across some of the typical “American” sound landscapes (with echoes to the first Wilco, The Jayhawks or Ryan Adams) under a mantle of eminently pop melodies, already trademark of all of his albums.
Virginia Maestro, singer and songwriter from the south of Spain, with four albums in English and Spanish, has self released her new record, “Blue Bird”. Deeply influenced by the American music of the 40’s, 50’s and 60’s, she’s been touring across Europe and USA, where she fell in love with Nashville. She’s shared stage with Beyoncé, Jamie Cullum, Seal and Gaby Moreno, and has written songs for other artists such as Raphael. She is finishing her next album, while still on tour.