Lucy Kitt is a lady who manages to combine the soul of Norah Jones with the country of Alison Krauss. A singer song writer from London, Kitt’s acoustic songs are simple and honest. Twinned with a knowing and undulating voice there is an element of maturity to her sound, meaning songs are somewhat timeless, easily enjoyed by anyone, anywhere, at any time. Tassled leather, hay bales and cowboy boots spring to mind through songs such as Right or Wrong and Laurel Canyon whereas Eagle could easily be the back drop to a dinner party or simply listened to in the car.
Her combination of pop, folk and blues means her sound is authentic yet contemporary and having performed for over 10 years, Kitt has picked up fans around the world from Europe, California and the UK, and it’s not hard to see why.