Final two acts added to Heditude 2019 Line-up

Photo - Heditude 2019 - Rachel Brooks

Final two acts added to Heditude 2019 Line-up

Opening act and ‘Piano Girl’ performances announced

We’re pleased to announce the final two acts for Heditude 2019

Glen Godfrey

Opening the acoustic stage this year will be Glen Godfrey. Glenn is a UK Pop artist born and raised in Essex and has been writing song lyrics since he was thirteen. During his musical journey, he has had his talents praised by the one and only, Ed Drewett, songwriter of hits such as ‘All Time Low’ (The Wanted), ‘Dear Darlin’ (Olly Murs) & ‘Best Song Ever’ (One Direction) – a huge achievement!

Photo - Heditude 2019 - Glenn Godfrey

Heditude 2019 – Glenn Godfrey


In March 2013 Glenn released his first debut solo single titled “I’m Young” which gained amazing feedback and support, and helped him launch his career by gaining a number of festival slots. He has shared a stage with the likes of; Devlin, Professor Green, Delilah, The Fratellis, Mark Ronson and many more.  Glenns latest video – I’ll be Here – can be found at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JBBcL2KMVQ&feature=youtu.be

Rachel Brooks

Rachel Brooks is a Chelmsford based Singer/Songwriter Singer/Pianist. Rachel has been performing (as a singer-pianist) since 2015. Her voice has been likened to that of Kate Bush, and her take on songs is edged with a unique twist.

Photo - Heditude 2019 - Rachel Brooks

Heditude 2019 – Rachel Brooks

Rachel’s diary is very full of wedding and other party engagements where she plays familiar covers. She has a residency as a pianist at The Rendezvous Casino Southend (Sundays) and regularly plays at Caffe Concerto in Westfield, Shepherds Bush. Rachel’s debut EP ‘Dream Grower’ is also now available on all major platforms.

Her performance at Heditude will give Rachel the chance to show off some of her original material and unique takes on some well-known songs, such as ‘Dancing In The Streets’ (Martha and the Vandellas): https://www.facebook.com/rachelbrooksmusic/videos/2340367809336406/

Rachel replaces Roselle Moss who had had to withdraw because of travel commitments.