Self-styled, folk-singer Nadia Reid has been forging a low-flying pathway in music and live performance with her unique brand of understated charm for a while now.
In 2011, Reid released her debut EP Letters I Wrote And Never Sent, ventured out on her first solo national tour and had her song Rise and Fall¹ feature in Gerard Smythes¹ film When a City Falls. A pretty big year by all accounts for someone only twenty-one years of age. After a two-year stint in Christchurch, the Dunedin-raised musician is now based in Auckland and is working diligently on writing an album for a late-2013 release.
Over the years Nadia has appeared alongside artists of national and international renown over the years but maintains her integrity as an emerging soloist and musical voice. Nadia Reid returns to her South Island roots to play part in the SCIRT WORLD BUSKERS FESTIVAL 2013.