Georgia Anne Muldrow to perform intimate gig at Fiddlers

PUBLISHED: 20:00 22 August 2018

Georgia Anne Muldrow.

Georgia Anne Muldrow.

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An artists who has made her name on the LA hip hop, jazz and soul avant-garde scene is performing at the Fidders in Bristol.

Georgia Anne Muldrow burst onto the scene with her debut album Olesi: Fragments Of An Earth in 2006 and since then she has worked with the likes of Madlib, Robert Glasper and now Ninja Tune.

Muldrow is impossible to pigeonhole and simmers with ‘psychedelic, jazz-inflected neo-soul sensibility’, according to Pitchfork magazine.

The artist has built up an impressive catalogue of songs and a reputation to match during her career as a vocalist, songwriter, producer and musicians.

She has won the respect of peers such as Mos Def, who said ‘she’s incredible. She’s like (Roberta) Flack, Nina Simone, Ella Fitzgerald, she’s something else’.

Muldrow will perform at the Colston Hall venue on November 8. Tickets are £17.20 and can be booked from www.colstonhall.org

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