It’s a homecoming event you won’t want to miss as Melton singer-songwriter Howard Rose returns to the Melton Theatre stage this summer.
Howard has gone from strength-to-strength since his last appearance at the theatre, making it all the way through to the live finals of BBC TV’s The Voice.
He’s bringing along his friends Daniel Duke and rising star Hattie Whitehead, a full electric band and having the homecoming party he deserves on Friday, July 10.
Howard has been working hard since his appearance on the show, and you can be the first to hear his new music.
Daniel appeared in the blind audition stages of The Voice UK 2015 and his original take on The Proclaimers I’m Gonna Be (500 miles) won him three chair turns and a place on Team Tom.
His singing and song-writing have been compared to the likes of Jeff Buckley, Brett Dennen, Conor Oberst, and Mumford and Sons.
Daniel honed his skills busking on the streets of Belfast which shows in the power of his voice and his catchy anthemic sound.
Hattie’s music is inspired by the earlier sounds of folk artists such as James Taylor, Nick Drake, John Martyn and Joni Mitchell.
The London-based artist draws on an eclectic range of styles including folk, jazz, soul and alternative.
The release of her debut EP Home prompted radio play from stations including BBC Radio London and Amazing Radio, and a sell-out launch gig at St Pancras Old Church.
Tickets go on sale on Tuesday, May 5 at 9am in person, and online sales will begin at noon.
Telephone enquiries will then be taken once any queues have been served at the box office - (01664) 851111.
The event will take place at the theatre’s increased capacity of 500 so any floor seating will not be raked.