Acoustic singer, composer and musician Louise Jordan launches her new album ‘Veritas’ with a performance at the new home of Buxton’s The Green Man Gallery in October.
With four recordings, six UK and one European tour already under her belt, Jordan is back on the road visiting venues across the UK, continuing to win support with a stream of exceptional reviews and some national radio play to boot.
Jordan continues to explore and uncover her own unique sound and style through her third album Veritas.
Credited as writer, engineer and producer, she also sings and plays guitar and piano. Between intricate instrumental arrangements and powerful vocal lines, Veritas exudes effortless elegance and charm.
On her album launch tour - which arrives at The Green Man Gallery’s new home at Hardwick Hall, on Hardwick Square South, on Saturday October 4 - Jordan will perform tracks from her album, including an original song about New Forest smuggler Lovey Warne, her empowering self-penned single ‘In the End’, traditional songs including ‘Bushes and Briars’ and a unique arrangement of Handel’s aria ‘Where’er You Walk’.
Copies of Veritas, which is released on Monday September 29, are available for digital download now, on Amazon and iTunes.
Doors at The Green Man Gallery open at 7pm, with the performance starting at 7.30pm. For further information, visit thegreenmangallery.com.