Zoë Bestel is an award winning 18 year old nu-folk singer songwriter and musician.
Since picking up the ukulele in 2011 she has won admiration from the press and supported internationally acclaimed musicians including: Emily Smith, Steve Tilsten, The Paul McKenna Band, The PeatBog Faeries, Chris Wood, Paul Brady and Nathan Connolly.
Zoë loves playing live and has been invited to perform regularly on BBC Radio and at many festivals including: Celtic Connections, Edinburgh Fringe, Wickerman Festival, Stonehaven Folk Festival, Big Burns Supper and Cambridge Folk Festival.
Her newly released album Sir Lucas and the Moon was awarded Scotland’s biggest selling newspaper (The Daily Record) album of the week. Her début single went to No.3 in the Folk Chart (Amazon Download) and was voted No.27 in Dandelion Radio’s Festive Fifty.
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