“I didn’t plan anything. I just wrote how I felt.” – Lucy Spraggan – That’s Lucy Spraggan’s approach to her extraordinary lyrical writing style.
Lucy that rarest of things – a genuine singer/songwriter to emerge from the TV talent show scene.
Incredibly Lucy is now four albums later we have ‘I Hope You Don’t Mind Me Writing…’, a record written from the heart, another hit album, sell out shows and now Lucy plays our Wonders Of The Age stage with a full band this August.
Lucy’s music-writing career began with Don Maclean and Kirsty McColl as her major influences, embellished with the folk riffs of Peter, Paul and Mary and taking on the punchy riffs of traditional R and B. A period spent living and playing in New Orleans, sucking in the sounds and sights of that incredible history of music, has brought Lucy to her current style.
Lucy has made appearances in some of the most prestigious music venues the UK has to offer, including the O2 Arena, Royal Albert Hall and Manchester Arena, and has also packed out tents at some of the UK’s top festivals and next up HOPE & GLORY with the intrigue into Lucy Spraggan remaining as high as ever
Lucy will also be joining us In The Lady Garden in conversation with lauded music journalist Simon Price. As her lyrics reveal, Lucy is never shy of a thing to say – we can’t wait.