A promising young singer from Bungay has been given the opportunity to learn some of the tricks of the trade at a special BBC masterclass at the legendary Abbey Road and Maida Vale studios in London.
Caomhe (pronounced ‘Keyvey’), an 18 year old singer from Bungay, was among five acts selected by the BBC for their Introducing… event which aims to spot the stars of the future and help them find their way through the pitfalls of the music industry.
The teenage talent told the Eastern Daily Press: “It was amazing and was a once in a lifetime experience. I’m so grateful.” She added that the experience had made her resolve to write every day, and to develop her hybrid of pop, country and folk.
Caomhe is a former student at the Norwich School, and has studied country music in Nashville Tennessee, where she performed at the famed Bluebird Cafe and wrote with songwriting legend Billy Austin.
So watch this space for more news of Caomhe and other Bungay artists, and keep in touch with Bungay’s fantastic arts scene.