Lizzie Nunnery
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Lizzie Nunnery


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"Review of "Hungry" EP, by Mike Wilson"

"It is Lizzie’s enchanting voice that really draws you in to her sublime world; a fragile tremolo that makes you want to sit close and listen to her stories...It is the title track that impresses the most, with a catchy refrain and dark, menacing accompaniment. This track could well be one of the best songs you’ll hear all year."

"Review by Neil Pearson of Fish Records/ Shrewsbury Folk Festival"

“Hugely impressive lyrics and delicate acoustic backing… but it's her voice that really stands out. She’s certainly a real talent, and one to watch for the future.”
- Fish Records

"Review of “Hungry” EP by Alan O'Hare"

“Nu-folk with a knack for a melody and some quirky lyrics. Lizzie is unique enough to stand out from the crowd but accessible enough to get her noticed on a wider scale. Clever songs, beautifully recorded, perfectly delivered.”
- Magazine

"Gig Review by"

“Her voice is resolute, her guitar technique admirable and all of her songs memorable…a collection of lovely songs and a spellbinding turn on the ukulele. Very special stuff indeed.”



"Hungry" EP, self released 2008
Tracks, "Hungry," "Concertina," and "Pubs that Never Close" from this EP, have been aired numerous times on BBC Radio Merseyside and Radio City (Liverpool).
All tracks have been featured and streamed via various podcasts.

Debut album, "Company of Ghosts" to be released on Fellside Records in Feb 2010.



Lizzie Nunnery is a 27 year old singer songwriter from Liverpool. Following the release of her EP, “Hungry,” in 2008, she's played a host of venues and festivals across the UK including support for Chris Wood, J.D Souther and Jim Moray. She’s made several appearances on BBC Radio including a live performance on Radio 3. Her debut album will be released by Fellside Records in early 2010.

She is also an award winning playwright, with her most recent stage play “Intemperance,” receiving a 5 star review in the Guardian. Her play with songs, “The Singer”, was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 in November 08 and she co-composed the soundtrack to her recent short film, broadcast on Channel 4 in September 2009.

Her influences are many and varied but she's often compared to Kate Bush, Joan Baez and Joni Mitchell.