British, but Nashville based singer, Callaghan is back at Kirton Town Hall Live this weekend.
Although she is playing bigger venues on this UK tour, she wanted to go back to play Town Hall Live after the wonderful reception she received at last April’s sold out show.
Originally from Grantham, Callaghan’s story is remarkable.
As a long time fan of Shawn Mullins, Callaghan was living in London when in 2009 she sent Mullins a tape of her music.
He was so impressed by her songs and her voice, he asked her over to Atlanta, where she recorded her debut album ‘Life in Full Colour’.
Since then, she has recorded two more albums ‘Live in America’ and ‘A History of Now’.
Callaghan’s voice is unmistakable; her eclectic American pop stands out like a gem.
Her songs pull at the listener’s heartstrings, sharing love, loss and everything in between. She is a truly talented performer.
Bob Harris and Jeremy Vine are fans and her last three singles have been play listed on Radio 2.
For her 2016 Town Hall Live concert this Saturday, March 19, she will be accompanied by Adam Wakeman on keyboards and Peter Rinaldi on guitar.
Support will come from 22-year-old Charlie Hole from Bournemouth.
Charlie has been hailed as an emerging artist and destined for great things by none other than Rod Stewart.
Advance tickets are priced at £12 (£14 on the door) from the One Stop store in Kirton Lindsey, from Brian on 01652 649230 or online at www.wegottickets.com