Music Week Presents: Michelle Nadia

London-based New Zealand folk-pop songstress Michelle Nadia is a singer-songwriter who produces music that is uplifting, folky and soulful with influences from Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon and Carole King. 

Nadia recorded her debut album Firefly with producer Nic Manders at Bruce Lynch’s Boat Shed studio in Bayswater, Auckland.

The album was BBC Essex Album of the Week, its title track was featured on the BBC Essex Introducing Show and several  songs from the LP are on the Caffe Nero Playlist. The ...

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