Sasha Keable tickets

Sasha Keable Tickets

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"Best gig I have been to in 2019"
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Sasha Keable, Oslo, London - 12th December 2019

I have been to a fair few gigs this year and hands down Sasha Keable is the best artist love I have seen this year. Stripped back acoustic set, great voice, great interaction with the crowd. She also reps south London which is never bad thing! Such an amazing and gifted artist - if you have the chance to see her live make it happen!

Posted by Emlyn Akoto-Dwemoh on 13/12/2019

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Artist Bio

In a business where it’s safer to remain inscrutable or blankly upbeat, Sasha Keable’s commitment to the truth is a tonic. Forthright and unapologetically emotional, like all the greatest soul singers, the South London star pours real life pain and joy into her performances, communicating with listeners in a manner that feels both courageous and innately empathetic. As a result, Keable displays both a talent and an artistic authenticity comparable to that of the late, great Amy Winehouse.

Just as impressive is the tenacity and strength of character the 27-year-old has shownin getting to this point, navigating not just the mental health struggles that have plagued her since primary school, but unsolicited attempts from various music industry figures to shape her into a more pliant, pop-focused proposition. As the lithe, jazz-tinged soul on her new, seven-track EP, Intermission, proves, she was right to resist any interference and keep the courage of her convictions.

Written and recorded prior to the first lockdown of 2020, Keable’s first collection since 2019’s ManEP finds her contemplating the collapse of a romantic relationship while simultaneously celebrating her newfound -and hard-won -self-acceptance in lines like, “Never knew love, but I found love in myself.” Though she sounds utterly at home today in her identity as an artist, her path here has been anything but straightforward.

Keable has had a long journey with her mental health and credits the process of recording her feelings as her initial route into songwriting. “Slowly, throughout the years, it became more like poetry, and then it turned into songs. A lot of people say that music is like therapy, but it truly is what keeps my mind ticking over. Sometimes I struggle with communicating exactly what I mean in conversation, and I always feel really grateful that,no matter what, when I'm writing music I can communicate.”

Born and bred in South London, Keable’s artistry is inextricable from the city she loves, boasting collaborations with local players like Katy B and Rinse FM-founder Geeneus, and a loyal fan basethat have sold out venues on both sides of the river. Her early years were spent in Eltham and Tooting, and she fondly recalls her homelife as a melting pot of musical influences, from the Cumbia and Vallenato so beloved by her Colombian mother, to her older sister’s R&B leanings and her step-father’s passion for house music, which resulted in him buying the then-10-year-old Keable her own set of decks. Most significant was the introduction to Donny Hathaway and Stevie Wonder that she received via her uncle, leading to an enduring love of Motown and 70s soul that has helped shape the artist she is today.

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