As featured on the Teacakes and Talk show on Stroud FM, I interviewed Gloucestershire singer-songwriter in the lead up to the release of her Debut EP about her fondness to the county and why it’s great for busking, who her dream afternoon tea guests would be and why her song Tilly is about a particularly special friend. On top of performing two live tracks in the studio, she also talks about being in the final for Radio 2’s Young Folk Awards, Open Mic UK and juggling music with studying Russian at Oxford University.
Launching her EP ‘My Shepherd’s Hut’ at The Ale House, Stroud on Saturday 2nd November, she’ll also be supported by Cheltenham band Koff. Tickets in advance are £8.50 and £10 on the door – which includes a copy of the EP.
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Interview with Hattie Briggs on Stroud FM