Rozi Plain has been making music since her brother taught her a few chords on the guitar aged 13. The Bristol based musician has been working with long-term collaborators Kate Stables and Rachael Dadd, and more, whom with she made her first two albums.
Since 2008, Rozi’s music has taken her on a path through Europe, the UK and the USA, in partnership with alt-folk luminaries from Devendra Banhart, James Yorkston and Lost Map’s own The Pictish Trail. Aside from that, Rozi is also a member of This Is The Kit, who she toured with in 2014 opening for The National.
Now a return to the solo side is on the cards, as Rozi returns to the The Workman’s Club in Dublin on 13 December. RobMoro caught up with the folk musician ahead of her shows here last time.
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Thanks to The Workman’s Club, Dublin, and friends at We Are Redhead for the competition.