GETTING TO KNOW: SALLY CROSBY
OUT of Powys, Wales, SALLY CROSBY is a singer-songwriter who studied Music and Creative Writing at Bangor University. A piano student since she was five, her songs are largely guitar-based, with an honest, raw, folk-pop sound.
Sally has previously shared her time between playing the violin in orchestras, and with folk-rock band The Rambling Pilgrims, touring across the North Wales coast and Anglesey.
Her first single emerged in 2013 and a year later she appeared on the live scene with appearances across England and Wales including ‘Wakestock Festival’ alongside Tom Odell, Frank Turner and John Newman, and ‘FOCUS Wales,’ a festival with an emphasis on promoting young Welsh talent.
The ‘Bucket of Leaves’ EP went live on Spotify and iTunes in October 2014, and the ukulele-based follow-up, ‘All I Seem to Know How to Do Is Write Songs About You,’ was released in April 2017.
Singles, ‘Good Enough,’ and ‘Beautiful’ were released 2019 and 2020 respectively, which were followed by ‘Phoenix,’ and ‘Talk (Let’s Not)’ in 2022.
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