Fresh from making her history-making Opry debut in Nashville, on-the-rise British country-pop artist Twinnie returns with the release of her festive record ‘Blue Christmas’ which includes 4 original tracks and a stunning cover of ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’. 

The new collection rounds out a stellar 2023 for the Music City based artist who has had success with her EP ‘Blue Hour (After Dark)’ with the single ‘Bad Man’ being added to 55 Cumulus US radio stations, and having played a string of gigs across the States including a slot at Geodis Park stadium and made her aforementioned Opry debut. 
Speaking about the ‘Blue Christmas’, the singer/songwriter says: “I loved making this EP, and I can’t wait to see everyone enjoying the collection in the lead-up to Christmas this year. I love putting out holiday music and this feels like the perfect way to close out an amazing year. There’s still so much more to come in 2024 which I can’t wait to share”
Before she brings the curtain down on her amazing musical chapter of 2023, Twinnie will return to London for a spectacular homecoming show at Bush Hall on December 21 with support from Brit act First Time Flyers. More special guests will be announced soon. Tickets for the event are on sale now. 

International crossover artist Twinnie, now based in Nashville has received critical acclaim from BBC Radio, People and Billboard. Known for her effervescent pop productions, power vocal and storytelling lyricism, Twinnie's boundary-pushing blend of pop is centred on inclusivity. 
Fresh to Music City, she recently made her Grand Ole Opry debut alongside her US Radio and TV debuts and is building on the success of her Radio 2 Album of The Week release 'Hollywood Gypsy', and her inaugural American label EP 'Welcome to the Club' which racked up over 24 million streams. As a songwriter she has a diverse catalogue, writing for artists such as Kylie Minogue, Bryan Adams, The Shires and Lvndscape.

She is also an accomplished creative director having won best Short Film at the British Short Film Awards. Her work as a philanthropist has been recognised by Forbes. Passionate about mental health within the music industry for creatives, her non-profit I Know A Woman contributed to standardisation for therapy for artists in the pandemic within label and publishing deals.