Music has always been a huge part of Liverpool-born Helen ‘Aitch’ McRobbie’s life. She began her professional singing career at a recording session when she was just 12. From Van Morrison to Mavis Staples, Jools Holland to Jimmy Cliff and Joe Cocker, as well as the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Lonnie Donegan, Robert Plant, Solomon Burke, Amy Winehouse and James Blunt, Aitch has worked with them all. With husband Aaron McRobbie on bass, Adrian Dacre on drums, and Adam Fitzgerald on guitar, Aitch will be playing songs from her album 'Take Off Your Shoes' which was awarded a 4 star review in Maverick magazine, and also some new material. Aitch's album Take Off Your Shoes is available now on iTunes and CD.
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