The Savannahs

The Savannahs are an Alt-Country Roots Band formed in early 2017 and recently featured on BBC One's new series 'Pitch Battle', Saturday, 8th July, 2017

solo projects

Each Savannah brings her own style, musicality, and experience to the table. Here you can find out more about their bands and solo projects outside the group. 

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Hannah Rose platt

Hannah recorded her debut album, 'Portraits' in Nashville last year, garnering 5 star reviews.  There she worked with some of the industry's leading names, Grammy award-winning musicians Mark Fain, (Ricky Skaggs, Dolly Parton) and Stuart Duncan (Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton). Described by Sid Griffin as "a young north of England Emmylou Harris blossoming before our eyes and ears", Hannah warmly builds characters like an author, penning songs that almost eavesdrop on other people's lives. She is currently recording her second album due for release this coming Autumn. 

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REbecca Rosewell

Lead singer/songwriter for the British Americana band, The Rosellys, "vocalist Rebecca's voice is gorgeous, reminiscent of Eva Cassidy". In 2015 The Rosellys signed to Clubhouse Records (Redlands Palomino Co, Cale Tyson, Don Gallardo) and released their first full band album 'The Granary Sessions', gathering praise from musicians, critics and audiences alike. They have toured extensively across the UK, Australia and America - notably the Southern States where San Antonio (Texas) has become their second home. 

Emily Moment

Emily Moment

Co-singer/songwriter of the Transatlantic Americana band 'Mahoney & The Moment', Emily "strikes the perfect tone [with} elements of vulnerableness and wistfulness" and "crystalline vocals". Together the band have released 3 full-length albums and toured across the US and UK. Also, now in it's 3rd successful year running, the band book and host, 'Chalk Farm Folk' a monthly residency at The Monarch in London, featuring 4 acts and free entry. Emily is currently working on the follow up to her 2011 solo EP, 'Never Enough' which is due out in late 2017.