With almost thirty three years of playing live and writing self penned material, Yves reflects a transatlantic culture throughout her musical life to date.
She is one of the most naturally gifted artists in her county and alongside her training in Musical Theatre amongst other bows she has realised her sound as being classical country folk blues or folk rock. Americana is the new term used worldwide.
Yve has collaborated with worldwide artists and opened for international stars such as The Shires
Originals and Covers: At Last Etta James Annies Song John Denver Fire and Rain James Taylor People Get Ready Curtis Mayfield How Quickly Your Heart Mends Courtney Marie Andrews Aint No Use in Ramblin Memphis Minnie Anyday Woman Bonnie Raitt Free Joni Mitchell Tennessee Whiskey Chris Stapleton Speed Of The Soundcof Loneliness John Prine Pancho and Lefty Towns Vanzandt Just Breathe Willie Nelson Budapest George Ezra Hold Back The River James Bay Sky Full of Stars Coldplay Learning to Fly Tom Petty Blackbird The Beatles Painted Black The Rolling Stones Sonny Mary Black Into The Mystic Van Morrison Music Madonna Daniel Elton John Bell Bottom Blues Eric Clapton Songbird Eva Cassidy Oh Atlanta Alison Krauss Angerine Dream Led Zeppelin IDont Wanna Talk About it Mandolin Wind Rod Stewart Dublin Blues Doc Watson Youll Never Leave Harlen Alive Patti Loveless Miss Ohio Gillian Welsch
Richard Shasamane Norwich City Music: Afterwards I made my way to the Lord Rosebery once again, where their Sunday evening music sessions seem to be continuing. Yve was already playing when I arrived, beautifully delivered originals and covers in her country blues style and her gorgeous voice. She even brilliantly performed a song I had asked her about, Townes Van Zandt’s If I Needed You. She also played another request, an exquisite version of Desperado.