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Fiona Bevan

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Fiona Bevan is a multiplatinum Canadian-British singer-songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist who grew up in rural England. She is a multi-platinum songwriter who has co-written hit songs for other artists including feminist anthems for LIGHTS and Aurora, delicate wry explorations of heartbreak and life with Joy Crookes, Lukas Nelson and Billie Marten, stadium sized romance and loss with Lewis Capaldi and Tom Walker, and offbeat muso hipster folk with Matthew E.White and Natalie Prass. She has toured with Ed Sheeran, Nick Mulvey, Ingrid Michaelson, Adam Ant, and has played onstage accompanying Anoushka Shankar and Nitin Sawhney. “Faultlines” is her latest highly anticipated single from her forthcoming self-produced EP. UK festival stops last year included official showcases at Manchester Folk Festival, Great Escape, Isle Of Wight, Victorious, Cheltenham Jazz, Timber, and Smugglers, and she has also played Red Rooster and How The Light Gets In, touring the UK in 2022 as a double headline bill with Adam Beattie.


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