Bedouine at The Glee Nottingham

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Tue 8Feb

Bedouine (14+)Glee Club Nottingham

Following stints supporting the likes of Fleet Foxes, Waxahatchee, Kevin Morby, and Father John Misty, Syrian-born Azniv Korkejian celebrates her latest release 'Waysides'
This event will be sold to full capacity, with no distancing. Full COVID-safety guidelines available here.
Ages 14+. All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID to gain entry. Under 16s must carry photo ID and be accompanied by an adult with a ticket to the show at all times (see FAQs)

Advance price

  • £14.00 Show Entry
  • + £1.80 booking fee per ticket


  • Doors open 7:00 PM
  • Last entry 7:30 PM

More info

  • Seating type Unallocated
  • Food available Yes
  • Minimum age 14+

Bedouine – Live 2022

Born in Aleppo, Syria into an Armenian family, Azniv Korkejian became a breakout artist in 2017 when her meticulous, self-titled debut Bedouine seemed to open a window in time. With striking, direct vocals and simple guitar accompaniment, her folk songs are not so much lullabies as they are imbued with the same loving focus a mother adopts while singing to a child. Immediately dubbed “a modern folk masterpiece” by Fader and praised as a “future legend” by The New York Times, Bedouine’s songs channel the mysticism of the ‘60s, always undercut by her utterly modern songwriting.

Repeatedly tapped to support modern folk heroes like Fleet Foxes, Waxahatchee, Kevin Morby, and Father John Misty on tour, witnessing a live performance from Bedouine feels like a sacred thing, a beautiful secret passed among friends. “[She’s] the sort of musician one will later wish to have seen back when,” The Times further declared.

After the lockdown in 2020 led to a cancelled stint supporting Mandy Moore, Korkejian began working at home in a newly-designated music room, sifting through old demos and one-offs. Unconsciously, at first, she spent the year in isolation readying what would become Waysides, a collection of older material and a cover that she’s playfully dubbed “LP 2.5.”

Evoking comparisons to savants like Nick Drake, Vashti Bunyan and Karen Dalton, Bedouine has become synonymous with the best songwriters of the last few decades, an artist revered among her peers whose work is treasured by her fans — and all those who recognize a precious and rare gift when they hear it. If Waysides is clearing space for the next phase of Bedouine’s unfolding, then it’s a welcome gift… and a sign of things to come.

“A modern folk masterpiece”


"Future legend"

New York Times