Reviews

Helen Chambers Review

Review – Big Cheese Magazine

The Independent Arts Section

Review – The Independent Arts Section

The Ruckus

Review – The Ruckus

Without mincing words Penny Arcade is an album you just have to add to your collection. Emotive and stirring, it does what a good folk album should evoking places and memories and taking on its own character with every listen.

The Ruckus

Live Review – The Ruckus

“…The beautifully intimate city centre haunt, a regular home to hipsters, dandies and beer lovers alike, not only played host to the night’s headliners but one of the UKs finest singer/songwriters too. Yorkshire-based songstress Helen Chambers is a regular around

Musings on music, books and life

Review – Musings on music, books and life

There’s a vulnerability to Helen Chambers voice which adds to the allure.

Fatea review

Review – Fatea

Being described as “one of the best singer songwriters the UK has to offer” is an oft banded about phrase but in the case of York based songstress Helen Chambers it’s 100% deserved. Having been playing live and touring for