A rising star with a passion for Scottish music has revealed she is excited to play to a Glasgow crowd again. 

Tamzene first broke onto the music scene in 2020 with her debut Accidently Told You (Demo) and she has spent the last four years creating strikingly serene songs fuelled by the universal experiences of heartbreak, loss and love. 

The soul blues artist resume includes opening up for the likes of Sir Tom Jones and Adele last summer and now, she is gearing up to bring her show The Green Lane Sessions to The Glad Café in the city’s Southside. 

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“I’m so excited for the show, I’m feeling really happy and grateful that I have this format to play my songs,” Tamzene said.

She added: “I’m excited to share my music with a Glasgow crowd too to be honest. 

“It’s been a long time since I’ve played these types of shows, so I’m really excited, I think it is going to be really cosy.”

The last time Tamzene played in the city was back in 2022 when she kicked off her UK headline tour at the SWG3 Poetry Club. 

Prior to that, the previous Scottish Music Awards Rising Star Winner played TRNSMT music festival in 2019 and 2021. 

Speaking on the experiences, the 26-year-old said: “I started my 2022 headline tour off in Glasgow and that was such a special evening. I remember the feeling of having my own show and it being in Glasgow. 

“I’ve also had the pleasure of playing TRNSMT over the years – I think I’ve played it about three times now. 

“I’ve loved Glasgow for many years, and I’m just so excited to come back.”


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Tamzene, who comes from Cromarty in the Scottish Highlands, explained how her upbringing served as inspiration for her music. 

She said: “The music from Scotland always speaks to me – I think it just has this certain flavour, like a sensitivity that is shared between Scottish artists. I feel honoured to be part of that community.

“I feel so excited about the energy which is really being shared among Scottish artists right now.”

The upcoming Glasgow show will come ahead of Tamzene’s newest EP which will be released later this year. 

Teasing fans, the singer said the new work is her “biggest to date.” 

She added: “I feel like it is an evolution. I’m pushing my sound in ways I haven’t before. 

“With this EP, I wanted to represent all aspects of life, the highs and joyful moments and then the really hard moments of heartbreak and loss and just those dark days. 

“I think I’ve pushed myself creativity within this EP, all of me is in here and it has really captured the last chapter of my life so far.”

Tickets for the upcoming show are still available and start at £9.50. 

Emerging Glasgow talents Matthew Hall and Terra Kin will provide support at the show which takes Monday, April 29. 

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