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Kaylee Bell announced to play London's C2C Festival

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Kaylee Bell announced to play London's C2C Festival

New Zealand musician Kaylee Bell has been hand-picked to perform at C2C, the UK’s top country music event held at London’s O2 Arena.

The Country to Country Festival is held annually over three sensational days, attracting tens of thousands of fans who travel to watch some of the best and brightest stars of the genre.

This year’s headliners include Keith Urban, Chris Stapleton and Lady Antebellum, alongside arena performances from Cam, Ashley McBryde, Drake White & The Big Fire, Brett Eldredge, Lyle Lovett and more.

Kaylee Bell

Kaylee Bell

Already an award-winning country-pop singer-songwriter and guitarist in Australia and New Zealand, the showcase, which will see Kaylee perform The Town Square Stage, is a huge leap into the booming UK market.

“I’m very excited to be heading to London for the first time and to be playing C2C,” Kaylee told Script & Sound Magazine. “It’s such an amazing line-up and I feel super pumped to be part of the bill and to share my music with a new audience.”

The festival is held over the weekend of March 8-10, and has become a staple in the UK festival calendar, bringing over the world’s best country stars, as well as emerging talent from Nashville, the UK and Europe.

A nod to its popularity is the introduction of the very first C2C Australia in September 2019, headlined by Tim McGraw, as well as performances by Kelsea Ballerini, and Midland.

Kaylee has had more than ten Top 10 singles on the Australian Country Music charts, and won the US Unsigned Only Competition Overall Grand Prize from over 10,000 entries.

More recently, her single ‘Getting Closer’, written with Australian country music star Morgan Evans, has gained international attention from US country-pop superstars Keith Urban and Kelsea Ballerini, surpassing 2 million Spotify streams. She was also invited to perform the #1 US single ‘We Were Us’ with international superstar Keith Urban on his 'Light The Fuse Tour' of Australia in 2014, and again on his 2016 'Ripcord World Tour' and was support act for The Dixie Chicks on their 2017 'World Tour' in New Zealand to a crowd of 30,000.

Her latest singles include, 'Who I Am' and 'One More Shot', which can be downloaded on Spotify.

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