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With a sweet, fiery voice and a soulful, eccentric folk-pop sound reminiscent of a contemporary Joni Mitchell, Suffolk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Fiona Bevan is steadily making her appearance onto the British music scene.
With a sweet, fiery voice and a soulful, eccentric folk-pop sound reminiscent of a contemporary Joni Mitchell, Suffolk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Fiona Bevan is steadily making her appearance onto the British music scene. 
 
 
Fiona is quite a talent and it comes as no surprise that Little Things, a track she co-wrote with Ed Sheeran, has found its way onto the One Direction album, Take Me Home, released on 12th November, and went straight into the singles charts at number one. Little Things “is noticeably more sophisticated lyrically and emotionally than anything else here…”  (Alexis Petridis review of One Direction album in The Guardian). Fiona is now back in the studio writing with Ne-Yo's number one hit-writers Mark Hadfield and Mike DiScala, as well as Dan Dare, Mikill Pane (Mercury Records), Zak (Atlantic Records), NOAH (Relentless Management), Gwyneth Herbert, Ryan Keen, Kal Lavelle, MOBO-nominated Ayanna Witter-Johnson and new Syco band Loveable Rogues who featured on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent.   
 
Fiona has previously worked with Adam Ant and supported Ed Sheeran, John Smith and Jesca Hoop on their UK tours. She was also commissioned by Tate to create and perform a new piece as part of the Tate Modern Visual Dialogues project.    
 
You can currently catch Fiona performing at her sold-out monthly residency at Dalston’s Servant Jazz Quarters, featuring guests such as Nick Mulvey and Mercury Nominated Sam Lee.  
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