Fast establishing a name for herself in Americana circles, Norfolk’s Lucy Grubb gave a stand-out performance at Norwich Arts Centre.

She was ably assisted by Cambridge singer songwriter Annie Dressner and country singer Demi Marriner.

Lucy previewed songs which will feature on her new EP
US singer songwriter Annie Dressner, who now lives in Cambridge, was recently a great hit at the Cambridge Folk Festival

The packed arts centre heard a selection of songs from Lucy’s soon to be released third EP.

Lucy has been making a name for herself at festivals across the country this year included the Cambridge Folk Festival and the Red Rooster Festival.

Lucy Grubb played Red Rooster this year

Next year Lucy has been booked for a prestigious Showcase slot at the Americana Music Association UK festival in Hackney.

“It’s in January and it is the best thing ever. Demi is also playing, so that’s super exciting,” she told me.

“It’s my first time there. It will be nice going to the conference and just experiencing it.”

Lucy is off to the AMA UK festival in January
Demi Marriner has supported Rufus Wainwright as part of the Wychwood Festival
Lucy is a huge fan of Johnny Cash and he is featured in a couple of songs
Annie Dressner’s latest album is called Broken Into Pieces