With a voice that’s been described as having the texture of smoke and velvet, Kirsty McGee’s ever-evolving sound is joyful and dirty with hints of gospel and blues. An innate curiosity, a DIY ethic and an abiding love of the Great American Songbook have produced music that’s hard to categorise but difficult to ignore. McGee herself coined it hobopop; “music of no fixed abode”.

She comes to The Met following the release of her 8th album.

This event has been re-scheduled from 26 April.

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£13

Unreserved seating.

Reviews

“Bewitching, exquisite and skeletal.”

Q

“Rich, versatile and immaculately controlled.”

Americana UK

“A quiet triumph”

fRoots

Kirsty McGee

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