St Vincent to sing at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Wednesday, August 29

PUBLISHED: 15:33 15 August 2018

St Vincent is at Cambridge Corn Exchange

St Vincent is at Cambridge Corn Exchange

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The singer, St Vincent (aka Anne Clark) will be at Cambridge Corn Exchange on Wednesday, August 29.

Her five albums include the eponymous St Vincent, which won Best Alternative Album Grammy in 2014.

She was the first solo female performer in 20 years to win a Grammy in that category. The album was also named album of the year by The Guardian, Entertainment Weekly, NME, and Slant Magazine. Her latest album is Masseduction.

She says: “Every record I make has an archetype. Strange Mercy was housewives on pills, St Vincent was near-future cult leader. Masssedcution.is pretty first person. If you want to know about my life, listen to this record.”

Clark, 35, an American musician, singer-songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist with both an Irish and Jewish heritage, studied at Berklee College of Music for three years. Her latest album is set between pop and art rock.

7.30pm, tickets £28 from 01223 357851 or tickets@cambridgelivetrust.co.uk or www.cornex.co.uk

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