Heirlooms & Hearsay is out now!


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R2 Magazine

        Liverpool Sound & Vision

“should be an essential part of anyone’s collection” 

“Clever, artful Folk-Pop” (M-Magazine)

Thank you to everyone who participated in the crowdfunding campaign – we reached 112% in just over 2 weeks! You can now order your signed CD or 12″ Vinyl right here from my website, ot you can grab the digital version off iTunes, Amazing or listen on Spotify!

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“Standout number…astonishingly assured”
The Sunday Times)

“If you ever get a chance to see her live – definitely do!”
(BBC Introducing)
Roxanne de Bastion’s debut album Heirlooms & Hearsay (released 2017) is a bold autobiographical concept album which was championed across the BBC by the likes of Janice Long, Chris Hawkins, Gary Crowley and Tom Robinson. Since its release, Roxanne has toured extensively across the UK and North America, opening for the Wainwright Sisters, Thea Gilmore and Lambchop, as well as performing at Glastonbury on the legendary Acoustic Stage and Stage 2 at Cambridge Folk Festival Continue reading “About”

Upcoming Shows

Date City Venue Country
16/12/19 Manchester Gullivers United Kingdom
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £10 adv. Age restrictions: All Ages/Licensed. Address: 109 Oldham Street. Once upon a time, or maybe twice… Earlier this year, I performed my album Heirlooms & Hearsay in full at the beautiful Kings Place in London. It was a magical day and I still feel warm and fuzzy when I think about how many of you traveled far and wide to join us. I appreciate that a lot of you couldn’t make it, so I thought it would be fun to do it all again, but this time in the North West! I’m thrilled to let you know that I’m performing my album in full together with my brilliant band at Gullivers in Manchester on Sunday, November 10th (presented by the lovely people of Red Balloon Music). I’ll also play a few of the new songs at the end of the show, can’t wait to share them with you! Buy Tickets

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Tales from the Rails

Tales from the Rails – repainting stripes once earned

It’s just as well I’m currently reading Amanda Palmer’s ‘The Art Of Asking’, otherwise I wouldn’t know what I was doing here. I’m in Cromford (“Not gonna lie, sounds grim”, someone texted me on my way). In fact, Cromford is far from it – a beautiful sleepy village close to the peak district with one …