Kandace Springs, Tuesday 2nd May

Kandace Springs first came to our attention when she opened for Gregory Porter at his Brighton Dome show last April and left the audience gobsmacked with her headline-worthy set.

We then had a chat with her at Love Supreme 2016 where she spoke about her collaboration with Prince shortly before his death.

The Nashville-based singer/pianist has since release her solo album ‘Soul Eyes’ on the legendary Blue Note label and performed at London’s beautiful Union Chapel. She cites Norah Jones and Diana Krall as major influences but there’s a deeper soulfulness that pervades her music that’s more akin to Roberta Flack’s early work.

She returns to Brighton to perform at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts (ACCA) as part of her first headline tour. This could be the last chance to see her in an intimate setting.

Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, University of Sussex, Tuesday 2nd May 2017.

Tickets available here.

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Steve Clements

Steve has been a SOURCE contributor since Summer 2010 and also writes for Latest 7 magazine. He moved to Brighton in 2006 after working in London at the Royal Albert Hall, Our Price Music and Teletext. Favourite quote - "There's no such thing as a sold out gig".

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