UK singer-songwriter Demi Marriner landed the Number 1 spot on the iTunes UK Country Albums Chart just 48 hour after the release of debut EP ‘Tracks and Trails’, before going on to reach Number 3 with her debut single on the iTunes Country Singles charts with Learn To Love’ just seven months later followed closely with a Number 2 slot with second EP ‘Dandelion.’
Since, Demi has gone on to record numerous BBC sessions including those with BBC West Midlands, BBC Introducing, BBC Gloucester and a session on Amazing Radio with BBC Radio 2 presenter Baylon Leonard.
Demi has also received television recognition with Sky/Freeview channel ‘Keep It Country’, who continue to play her music videos.
Demi has been able to build a great following and had the chance to play some incredible shows, including opening for the sensational Rufus Wainwright at the Symphony Hall in Birmingham, receiving a wonderful response from the 2000 people in attendance.
As well as this, Demi has supported names like Lucy Spraggan, Jon Gomm, Tia McGraff (Canadian country singer and songstress), BJ Barham (lead singer of US band American Aquarium), as well as performing on the Firestone and Amstel stages at Birminghams biggest arena’s ahead of shows for Elton John, Miranda Lambert, Nashville Live, and Take That amongst many others.
Demi has been nominated for a BCMA Award for ‘Horizon Act of the Year 2017’ and is set to release her brand new single ‘Snakes and Ladders’ at the end of the year.
Very excited to have Demi here at The Abingdon Arms!