Accompanying her guitar with effortless, crystal clear and captivating vocals, Sadie engages her audience with warmth and authenticity.
Her songs are written with heartfelt lyrics inspired by events and people around her. Although Sadie has only been performing in front of live audiences for a relatively short period of time, she has certainly got people talking!
Recently Sadie has attracted many more followers of her music from around the world after her successful appearance on Balcony TV
Over the last year, the BBC introducing team in Devon have played 7 of Sadie's tracks on their show, with the first song she wrote and sent in being played as upload of the week. They have been massively supportive of Sadie's music and have described her as 'phenomenal' and 'One of the finest young female artists they have discovered, in 2015' Sadie's song 'Why Should I Tidy My Room When the World is in Such a Mess?' was reviewed by a panel on the BBC Introducing, Devon Round Table, you can hear the track and what they had to say about it HERE
Nothing makes Sadie happier than performing at festivals and this year she is looking forward to sprinkling on some glitter, putting on her signature bindi and playing many festivals over the summer months.
Winning Watchet Festival's emerging talent competition has given Sadie the amazing opportunity to Open up the festival on their Udder stage.
Following the success of her Christmas charity single, '25th' (which reached number 5 in the singer/songwriter category in the iTunes Charts) Sadie will be releasing her debut 4 track EP 'Two For Joy' On July 6th 2016.
One of the loveliest things that Sadie feels has been written about her was from a YouTube fan who said:
“Angel on the earth…your voice is like chocolate don’t ever hide it or eat it all by yourself…just keep on sharing it with the whole world!”
Sadie is very happy to share her music, but probably not her chocolate!
Genre - Indie Folk
Location - Exeter, Devon
Influences - Pulp, Tom Odell, Tracy Chapman and Joni Mitchell
18th June (Afternoon) - Topsham Music Festival 18th June (Evening) - Barbican Theatre Plymouth, support act for Haunt the Woods
25th June - Otterton Mill, Otterton1st July - Wishfest
2nd July - TedFest
6th July - EP Launch, Camper Coffee McCoys Arcade
9th July - Wonderfields Festival Dunsford, Devon
15th July - Tolepuddle Martyrs' festival
16th July - Glas-Denbury Festival
17th July - Luke Friend support, Exeter Phoenix
22nd July - Support Harry Vinnicombe, Brook Inn, Plympton
23rd July - South Beach Cafe, Sandy Bay
29th July - Lapstock Festival
30th July - Sidmouth Folk Festival
30th July - Sidmouth Fringe Sessions
31st July - South Beach Cafe, Sandy Bay
3rd August - Sidmouth Folk Festival
6th August - South Beach Cafe, Sandy Bay
7th August - Hideout Taunton from 7pm
10th August - Support for Steve Strong at the Underground Plymouth from 8pm
19th August - Beautiful Days Festival 3pm at the Bimble inn.
25th August - South Beach Cafe, Sandy Bay
27th August - Watchet Festival
28th August - South Beach Cafe, Sandy Bay
10th September - Fishstock acoustic (stage time TBC)
24th October - The Bedford, Balham
“utterly fabulous” and “phenomenal, one of the finest young female artists we have discovered this year” - BBC Introducing Devon
“Angel on the earth…your voice is like chocolate don’t ever hide it or eat it all by yourself…just keep on sharing it with the whole world!” - YouTube fan