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"Flawless, uplifting & utterly original” - Leonard Cohen




Hattie is a singer-songwriter-harpist.  

Leonard Cohen called her first solo album 'To The Bone’ “Flawless, uplifting and utterly original”.

In their band ‘The Webb Sisters’, sisters Hattie and Charley have released three albums, receiving ‘Single and Record of the Week’ on iTunes and BBC Radio Two.  Their song ‘Baroque Thoughts’ won The International Music Award for ‘Best Adult Contemporary Song’ and was produced by multiple Grammy Award winner Peter Asher. 

The Webb Sisters were chosen by Leonard Cohen to be in his band on his international comeback tour, performing over 400 concerts around the world to 4 million people between 2008 and 2013.  

In 2017 Hattie and Charley joined the band of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers on their 40th anniversary tour. Hattie has previously collaborated with Sting, Gotye, Glen Hansard, Steve Martin, Edie Brickel, Rick Rubin, The Avett Brothers, The Lumineers & Natalie Maines and is featured on five of Leonard Cohen’s albums.

Hattie has played for HRH Queen Elizabeth II and The Spanish Royal Family at The Prince of Asturias Awards.

In celebration of the ‘To The Bone’ album release, a live music event was held at St James's Piccadilly in London on Friday 19th May 2017 alongside Hattie’s collaborator and sound engineer Marcel van Limbeek (Tori Amos) who recorded, engineered and mixed the album.

In 2019, Hattie and Charley Webb received the 2019 Maynooth University Ireland Award for Arts and Culture.



To The Bone

TO THE BONE ..out now!

Hattie's first solo album in collaboration with Marcel van Limbeek (Tori Amos) is now out on international release. Featuring Teitur, Lester Salmins, Sam Semple and siblings Brad, Rocco & Charley Webb