Lisbee Stainton is an English singer-songwriter who has been writing songs since she was a child.
She launched her career by becoming the first unsigned singer-songwriter to play The O2 Arena London in 2007.
Known as ‘The English Rose With The 8-String Guitar’, her folk acoustic style and distinctive use of an eight-string guitar has secured her a growing fan base.
Her parents are from Pontrilas in Herefordshire and she is a regular visitor to Hereford College of Arts.
THE TIMES: “Bound for glory. An exquisite slice of traditional songwriting.”
TOM ROBINSON: “A Serious Young Talent.”
GRAHAM NORTON: “Very tuneful, very beautiful, enchanting and deeply poignant, just beautiful.”
SETH LAKEMAN: “Lisbee Stainton is a fantastic singer-songwriter.”
Photo: Artist website.
- 27th May, 2017
- Ticket Price
- £15, Concessions £12
- The Courtyard, Penhaligon Way, Hereford, HR4 9YJ Get Directions, by car, or by public transport