Alex Hart

Described by BBC Radio 2 presenter Mark Radcliffe as “the Stevie Nicks of Folk”. The south-west based singer/songwriter Alex Hart has just released ‘VISIONS’ her most exciting and anticipated album to date.

At 18 Alex was noticed by producer Neil Stainton who honed her talent, worked with her during her early career and co-wrote and recorded her debut album ‘On This Day’. Alex also worked closely with musician and songwriter Barney Dine from Torbay with whom she co-wrote many songs from this album, songs afterwards and gigged extensively. During this time, she was able to grow as a musician and perfect her craft.

Following the success of Alex’s debut album, her voice and musicianship caught the eye of legendary Jethro Tull guitarist Martin Barre, who asked Alex to be a part of his band as a musician and vocalist for their European and international tour dates. Alex has performed and toured all over the UK/Europe with the band and has embarked on many international US tours.

Alex also collaborates and performs alongside the critically acclaimed Devon born folk singer Seth Lakeman. Alex’s voice as well her multi-instrumental playing features heavily on his brand- new album. The single “Higher We Aspire” received huge BBC Radio 2 support, and Alex performed the song live on BBC Breakfast TV. Alex tours extensively with Seth as a duo, trio and part of the band. Keep a lookout for gigs across the UK.

Alex Hart is not only a talented vocalist, but an accomplished musician too, 2024 is set to be her most successful and exciting year yet.

“Alex Hart is set to make a global impact” – The Guardian

“Alex Hart is not only a talented vocalist, but an accomplished musician too. Alex has grown as a musician over the years and is continually adding new instruments to her armoury” – Review MNPR Magazine

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