Hollie Rogers | Artist of the Month | September

Hollie’s music will be playing in store for 15 minutes every day at 3.30pm throughout September.

We are very pleased to have Hollie as our Artist of the Month in September, as anyone who has been following Caffè Nero music for any length of time will know her music! We have been working with Hollie since 2017 and in that time she has played numerous Caffè Nero live gigs, the Caffè Nero stage at the Cornbury Festival multiple times, and her music has been heard by millions of people enjoying their coffee in a Caffè Nero store.

Hollie is a singer, songwriter and guitarist with an incredibly powerful and very distinctive voice. She’s backed by BBC Introducing, has played Glastonbury, and opened for the likes of KT Tunstall, Paolo Nutini, and Ralph McTell. Her live performances consistently receive outstanding reviews, with regular reference to the candour in her lyrics. Suzanne Vega describes her as “a magnificent and powerful voice,” whilst Chris Difford of Squeeze says, “Hollie’s songwriting always knocks me out.”

Hollie’s music will be playing in store for 15 minutes every day at 3.30pm throughout September and we are featuring music from Hollie’s new album ‘Criminal Heart’ is released on 9th September 2022.

Find out more about Hollie here.

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