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If Joni Mitchell & Joan Armatrading were writing a song in a smokey cafe in London, it might sound like Hadar Manor.
 
Hadar Manor writes songs about life as an urban gypsy. Awarded – the official ‘Queen of the Underground’ of London Underground’s licensed buskers, described by The Observer as a ‘prodigy’, Hadar’s self-released debut album ‘Crossing London’ follows her journey busking through Europe from the foot of the Judas mountains all the way to Glastonbury Festival where she was a finalist in the Emerging Talent Contest and went on to play at both the BBC Introducing Stage and Michael Eavis’ press launch to open the festival.
 
Hadar has collaborated with award winning producer Youth, DJ & Mixer Sandy Riviera, and modern Klezmer wizards Oi Va Voi. Worked on soundtrack for Veils, independent short film with Maureen Lipman & awards winning film ‘I’m Not An Accent’.
 
Previous TV performances include ITV’s ‘South Bank Show’. Live radio appearances include: Radio 2, Radio 4, Capital Radio, LBC.
 
Hadar took part in BBC Radio 2 – ‘Great British Songbook’ & covered a Paul McCartney’s ‘Maybe I’m Amazed’.
 
Hadar is now writing & recording new material for a new album These new songs are written, as always, through the eyes of a gypsy travelling through no man’s land…

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