Find out which artists are performing at the next Transcendence event

 

AUGUST 8TH 2019

Headliner

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dai woolridge

Dai is an award winning storyteller, poet and spoken-word artist, who heads up spoken-truth.com and does some creative stuff for Bible Society. He has authored children’s stories and written a book on grief called ‘Prayers, Texts and Tears’. He’s a thirty something welsh bloke who loves Wales, words, his worshiping wife and Jesus.

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headliner at august transcendence

Featured Artists

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sarah téibo

2 albums. Official Charts Top 3 Album. 5 UKCC Top 10 Tracks. 1 MOBO nomination. 2 Premier Gospel Award wins

Sarah Téibo has been pushing the boundaries since her entry into the UK Gospel scene late 2015 with her debut single ‘Steal My Joy’, which was quickly followed by her debut album ‘Walk With Me’. This bagged her a MOBO nomination for Best Gospel in the same year and the gong for Best Album 2017 at the prestigious Premier Gospel Awards, UK

Following her breakout debut release, Sarah has travelled the UK, Europe and Africa captivating audiences with her live performances in festivals, gospel events, conferences, as well as selling out her own headline gigs at London’s Hard Rock Cafe twice in 2017. In addition to collaborating with fellow UK Gospel heavy weights including MOBO winners Triple O, Lurine Cato and Volney Morgan & New Ye, she has also worked alongside some American Gospel icons such as Charles Jenkins, The Walls Group, Daniel Johnson, as well as Lisa McClendon and Fred Hammond who both feature on her sophomore album ‘Keep Walking’.

Through tumultuous experiences in her early teenage years where her family was faced with eviction and homelessness, Sarah learnt the importance of faith in God and started writing music to express both her fears and her faith. These proved a great source of strength through the most trying of times.


 

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Daniel johnson

Daniel started poetry in 2016 during college whilst embarking on his future in accounting and finance, which he is still studying at the University of Essex.

Daniel never planned to start poetry, his prayers started rhyming in a moment of darkness so he decided to put pen to paper

Daniel now uses poetry as an outlet, to express his voice and challenge his thoughts and topics he thinks are common but rarely addressed.

He has been graced enough to perform in parts of London, Essex, Coventry and Birmingham, but his desire is to go around the world and inspire people with what he has to say.