Organised by The House of St Barnabas
Acclaimed singer-songwriter, Courtney Marie Andrews makes her debut in the Chapel of St Barnabas on 6th September.
About this event
Join us on the 6th of September, when the Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and musician, Courtney Marie Andrews will be performing her latest album, Loose Future, in our beautiful chapel.
On the honey shores of Cape Cod in a beach shack, Courtney Marie Andrews found self-love and her voice. Every morning, she’d walk 6-8 miles around the back trails of an island and meditate on her life, perusing old memories and patterns like browsing a used bookshop. After more than a decade on the road, the Phoenix-born songwriter, poet, and painter finally had the space to process all the highs and lows of a life of constants. She was finally ready to make a record of triumph, while not completely forgetting the years that made her. That record is the Sam Evian produced Loose Future.
Released in 2022, Loose Future, is Courtney's eighth studio album , and represents a high watermark of her unbelievable journey thus far. Rolling Stone describes it as " a series of warm embraces: of Andrews' past musical selves, of her past mistakes and misfortunes, and of her bright beautifully present and future"
Raised in Maricopa County by a single mother and a ragtag collection of Southwest eccentrics, Andrews was often left to her own devices, so armed with a guitar her uncle had bought her for 30 pesos on a trip to Mexico, she developed her brilliant musical mind. Her early pursuits led to her playing in punk bands before becoming a touring member of Jimmy Eat World.
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House of St Barnabas is London’s only charity members club, on a mission to break the cycle of homelessness. We champion diversity and togetherness and hope to build a uniquely inclusive community in London for all.
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