“Breathtaking…absolutely incredible” is how BBC London’s Gaby Roslin describes hearing Callaghan live.
Originally from the UK Callaghan moved from London to Atlanta in summer 2010 to record her debut album with Grammy-Nominee Shawn Mullins. Since then she’s been performing and winning fans all over the USA.
Here in the UK the BBC Radio 2 and BBC local radio have been strong supporters with Bob Harris describing her as “a wonderful artist…hugely talented”.
Callaghan performs on piano and guitar and offers a stunning voice which earns frequent comparisons with artists like Sarah McLachlan, Eva Cassidy and Carly Simon. Her songwriting chronicles the stories, experiences and emotions which are part of everyone’s lives.
The UK’s Maverick Magazine calls her “a singer-songwriter of a seriously high standard, while US magazine No Depression reviewed her live show as “nothing short of stunning”.
Callaghan’s latest project, Callaghan’s Acoustic Coffee House 3, is set to release in early 2022.
Her journey west has continued with her third studio album, simply called Callaghan, produced in LA. The record features a vocal collaboration with Louis Price, formerly of the Temptations, and two tracks with a full orchestra. Reviewing the album Maverick Magazine described it as “a euphoric collection of piano led songs…from a singer-songwriter of a seriously high standard”.
In 2020 Callaghan was all set to tour across the UK and US again but only got to do one of the shows before the pandemic closed down live music. Since then she’s been performing online, writing and recording and this Town Hall Live gig will be the start of her 2022 shows. Her latest project Callaghan’s Acoustic Coffee House Volume 3 will release just before the show.