100 Wardour St Presents Monday Marquee with Emma Buckley

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Join us every week for Monday Marquee, harking back to our heritage as the Marquee Club and bringing you amazing artists live in the lounge from 6.45pm.

Emma Buckley is a UK based singer/songwriter whose work has featured on national news and radio including BBC Introducing for London and the East Midlands. Born in Derby and raised on a staple diet of James Taylor, Bob Dylan, and Bonnie Raitt, Emma has honed and mastered a writing style that carries the depth and experience of a soul much older and wiser than her own.

Her debut solo EP Don’t Tell Me is a collection of perfectly crafted and very mature acoustic pop songs, with earworm choruses and stunning lyrics. Whilst studying at Paul McCartney’s LIPA she wrote and fronted with pop indie rock band Ruby Sky and much of this style has carried into her solo work.

Following her success in Nashville’s “Bluebird to Bluecoat” songwriting competition, she continued to amaze audiences on her UK headline tour with Sweden’s own Charlotte Eriksson (The Glass Child) and went on to support folk-pop artist Lucy Spraggan. Others spend hours on production to come up with their respective masterpieces, but Emma just picks up her guitar, sings with that haunting, soulful voice and we are directly transported to her world.

Our Bar & Lounge Menu is available all day – for dinner reservations please contact info@100wardourst.com or call 0207 314 4000.