Singer-songwriter Lucy Zirins hails from Burnley in Lancashire. Gigging regularly at 16, and with visits to Italy and France under her belt by the time she was 18 years old, Lucy picked up the guitar aged 12 after inheriting one from her late Uncle and began songwriting early on.At just 18, PRS for Music chose Lucy as one of their Class of 2010 for her promise as a young UK songwriter. Since then, her creativity, hard work and ethos towards songwriting has led her to gig extensively, write, release and tour critically acclaimed album Chasing Clocks & EP Whats in Front of Me, (both of which received airplay on major UK stations BBC Radio 2 & 6), and complete a three-year degree in Songwriting at London based institute BIMM; graduating with First Class Honours. She is a past British Blues Award winner and UK Country Radio Finalist for their Listeners Songwriter Club Award. R2 Magazine said: Still in her early twenties, if she can continue to write songs of this calibre, Lucy Zirins will become a major player. She played at our BluesFest at Seven Arts in 2011She most recently released a live album Live at the Old Courts featuring long time band member and friend Andy Crowdy on double bass. Roots authority FATEA magazine recommended it, saying Lucys singing is wonderfully crystal clear and the guitar playing precise. Her rise looks set to continue as Lucys finishes her latest studio album in 2018.