Modern, folk-tinged country-blues...
London based singer-songwriter Lucy Zirins hails from the small town of Burnley, Lancashire. With visits to Italy and France under her belt by the time she was 18 years old, Lucy began gigging solo at just 16. She picked up the guitar aged 12 after inheriting one from her late Uncle and began songwriting early on. Her first album “Chasing Clocks” debuted to great press reviews and airplay from national BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 6, with respected Maverick Magazine saying: "There are not too many debut albums as promising as this” (4 stars) and R2 Magazine praising the album for it’s “modern folk-tinged country” sound and Lucy’s vocal delivery.
Lucy has been nominated for the British Blues Awards in various categories both as a songwriter and artist for the past 4 years, winning in 2013. Recent live highlights include a sell-out gig at the Green Note in Camden. Lucy continues to tour, graduating from BIMM London in this year, where she is studying for a BA in Songwriting and is working on her new album with producer Jim Knight.