Artists

A 2018 with your favourite stars

Natalie Williams

One of the UK's most endearing and popular soul/jazz artists, singer-songwriter, Natalie Williams has 7 critically acclaimed albums under her belt and a dedicated following that extends throughout the world.

2017 has been an eventful year for Natalie starting in January with an amazing 22 date arena tour across the U.K as the featured guest artist for Young Voices, followed by the Blue Note Caribbean Jazz Cruise, playing opposite Diane Reeves, Robert Glasper, Marcus Miller, Gregory Porter, Pat Metheny and many other renowned Jazz legends. She has been touring France and Belgium with fantastic Belgian pianist, Eric Legnini, playing to some amazing crowds at Nice and Marciac Jazz Festivals, as well as touring the ‘Soho Songbook’ show extensively all over the U.K with the Ronnie Scott's All Stars (house band).

Natalie Williams’ drive, work ethic and fluidly evolving artistry is undeniable – a drive that was rewarded in October 2010 when she was nominated for a MOBO Award for best UK soul, in a category alongside internationally recognised artists Sade, Corinne Bailey-Rae and Plan B. Whether she’s featuring as a sensational soul diva, swinging scat singer, singer-songwriter, producer, host and promoter, or champion of burgeoning talent, she’ll forever be the epitome of a true artist.

M4GNETS

M4GNETS are vocal harmony stars featuring the finest vocal and beatboxing talent that the British a cappella scene and London’s West End have to offer. Every sound they make comes from their mouths alone, from the sound effects of sensational beatboxer and UK loop-station champion Hobbit (Beatbox Collective), to the soaring vocals of Michael Conway (Jersey Boys), Damion Scarcella (Flying Pickets) and Callum McIntosh (The Magnets). 

Touring world-wide as part of a cappella super-group The Magnets, the quartet have forged a reputation for outstanding festival appearances from the Adelaide Fringe to Glastonbury. They are regularly featured on TV & Radio, and have supported artists such as Blondie, Bryan Adams and Tom Jones and performed private shows for heads of state, supermodels and royalty, including the Queen, Elle Macphearson, Sir Tim Rice and Sir Ian McKellen.

Alfie Sheard

Alfie Sheard isn't your usual artist. At only 16 it would be easy to assume his journey has only just started, but it's been a long road to get to where he is now. Since the age of 9 he's been inseparable from his guitar and in his early teens started busking on the streets of Northern England. Fast forward to August 2017 and after thousands of hours learning his trade, his talents have been spotted by Ellen De Generes, Ed Sheeran & a host of other household industry names, all tipping him for a huge future in music.