More stars announced for Access All Eirias concert

March 11, 2019

Events Conwy have just announced additions to the line up for Access All Eirias this summer in Colwyn Bay.

Orchard Live has announced that Scottish indie-pop Nina Nesbitt will be special guest to Jess Glynne at Stadiwm Zip World, Colwyn Bay on Sunday 7th July. 

Championed by Ed Sheeran and signed by Island Records, her smart, straight-talking lyrics and catchy pop hooks earned Nina Nesbitt a top 20 album when she broke through into the public consciousness in 2013 with Peroxide. She then disappeared into the background writing for acts such as Jessie Ware, The Shires, Sigala, Jonas Blue and more.

Nina’s comeback album The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change has been a total transformation in sound and image, marking the arrival of an artist that has truly found herself. An album that blends pop and RnB into a magnetic sound, which has seen her single Loyal to Me amass over 120 million online streams. 

Also supporting are Dusky Grey an electronic pop male/female duo from Llandudno who have racked up over 24million streams alone - impressive for a group who were only formed in 2017. The duo, comprising of Gethin Williams and Catty Hopkins, sold out Theatr Colwyn in 2018.

Jess Glynne has also been busy since the Singleton Park announcement, producing an empowering performance at the 2019 BRIT Awards that was universally loved and re-released Thursday with H.E.R

Jess’ debut album I Cry When I Laugh is one of the defining British pop records of its era holding its place in the charts for 138 weeks and counting. It debuted at number 1, spawning 12million worldwide singles sales, 39 weeks on the UK top 10, 2.5billion Spotify streams, a sold out UK arena tour, and Brit, MTV,EMA, Ivor Novello, MOBO, Q and Glamour award nominations.

Since then, she has released her chart-topping second studio album, Always In Between which went straight into the number one spot. Her run of hit singles continued with I'll Be There, a seventh top spot that secured Glynne the record for most number one singles by a British female solo artist, then All I Am and Thursday.