Martha Hill in partnership with Alphabetti Theatre presents
Cortney Dixon- LIVE on the D'Addario Stage

THURSDAY 28th OCTOBER 2021

Performance Time: 7:30pm

Covid-19 Policy: This production will have socially distanced tickets which will sell out fast, audience numbers vary depending on restrictions.  

Tickets:  Pay What You Feel (booking essential) 

Running Time: 1 hour (approx.)

Age Rec: 14+

Access: We regret that we are unable to offer captioned or audio described performances for this festival.

Cortney Dixon, Newcastle-born singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer, was raised on an eclectic mix of music. She grew up listening to Fleetwood Mac, Bowie and Kate Bush, is a fan of The Clash and The Specials and takes inspiration from the likes of Sharon Van Etten, PJ Harvey and St Vincent.

 

Championed by BBC Introducing in the North East as one of their Top Ten Tips for 2020, Cortney released a special self- produced debut EP ‘Won’t Feel Like This Forever’ in October 2020 featuring tracks from a portfolio of songs she wrote and recorded for her own sanity, therapy and enjoyment during Lockdown.

November 2020 saw the release of her long- awaited beautiful EP ‘Our Intuition’, made up of a collection of seven songs including singles Cortney worked on with Jim Lowe (producer of Stereophonics &Charlatans). As 2021 begins, ‘Half My Heart’ from the EP receives its first National play on BBC Radio 1.

 

A unique vocalist, skilled guitarist, dynamic live performer and prolific writer of hook-laden alternative pop songs, Cortney is currently in the studio recording her next set of releases wrote during lockdown, and she can’t wait to re-emerge in the near future with a slightly new, exciting direction!