The Green Note, Camden, London
Two daughters of established musician fathers try to make their way in business even tougher than it was for their dads.
I wrote about Hannah Aldridge a couple of years back after I saw her supporting Holly Williams. I thought she was brilliant. She is someone who, in the space of half an hour made the transition from total unknown to someone whose music I wanted to hear a lot more of. Now I’ve had the huge pleasure of seeing and hearing a (comparatively for me) new talent in the shape of Lilly Hiatt, supporting Hannah.
As they had equal billing and equal time they can be considered co-headliners. Both are massively talented; for me the only difference lay in that I knew some of Hannah’s songs and none of Lilly’s.
The Green Note is a small venue. Restaurant and bar with a stage squeezed into a corner. Very intimate, so that even at the back you are not far from the stage. Capacity is probably about 70. On a night like this, this intimacy is both a strength and a weakness.
The strength is that we are so close to » Continue Reading.