Raised by two punk parents in Oxfordshire. After being drawn on with eyeliner for tattoos and taken to festivals and dressed in homemade tiny band onesies. Bronwyn has grown up loving music. Her main influences being Aretha Franklin, Amy Winehouse, Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Buckley and Ella Fitzgerald, whom inspire Bronwyn to write fiercely emotional, venerable and heartfelt melodies.
With the experience of performing at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club, Cheltenham Jazz Festival, Glastonbury Festival 2019, The Royal Albert Hall with the BBC Singers, Bristol Sofar Sounds. Bronwyn has a exclusive group where she live streams too the last Sunday of every month and is recording her first EP and is active on Youtube and SoundCloud.
"A beautiful and delicate slice of jazz soul – perfect for listening to by candlelight on melancholy lockdown nights." BBC Introducing's David Gilyeat