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Caitlin Rose, The Windmill | reviews, news & interviews

Caitlin Rose, The Windmill

Caitlin Rose, The Windmill

Only 21 but this young Nashville singer-songwriter is special

Caitlin Rose sounds like Caitlin Rose: there’s no greater compliment

Last night was the third and probably last time this 21-year-old Nashville songstress will grace the humble Windmill pub in Brixton with her charismatic yet down-to-earth presence. Not because the gig wasn’t a sell-out and an unqualified success, but because of the radio airplay and unanimous critical praise she has received for her debut album Own Side Now from everyone from the Daily Mail to the Independent. I wouldn’t be at all surprised if by this time next year she’s performing at the Union Chapel or even the Barbican.

There's something of our Cilla - circa 1965 - about Caitlin's in-the-eyes fringe and slightly chubby face

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