Saskia Griffiths-Moore is a British country singer, hailed for having an 'authentic sound', an 'original message', and a 'truly British voice'. She has been performing full time on the folk and acoustic circuit for four years, singing at folk clubs, theatre's and festivals alike.
Often compared to Joan Baez, Eva Cassidy and Joni Mitchell for her clear vocals, Saskia enjoys performing year round on the acoustic circuit, on her own, and with her star-studded band.
In the last four years, her original sound has found her featured six times on Sky TV’s Folk Show (2017, 2018), and her latest recordings received both national wide BBC promotion, as well as garnering 4 and 5 star reviews in Maverick and RnR Magazine respectively.
She has been awarded Arts Council funding three times for her tours, and currently flaunts an endorsement from Steve Agnew Instruments in the form of an interesting looking, luthier-made, parlour guitar.
She now lives in London, which fulfils her need for culture, but not nature, and remains and independent and self managing artist.
"The sound of a major artist" RnR Magazine
"Expertly crafted and expertly played" Maverick Magazine
"A fine singer-songwriter" Johnny Coppin, BBC Radio Gloucestershire
"A hugely impressive performance" Slap Magazine
"A super voice" Genevieve Tudor, BBC Radio Shropshire
"We suspect that the main sticking point in ongoing Brexit negotiations, is, in fact,
Brussels' insistence that we hand over Saskia Griffiths-Moore" The Folk Show, Sky TV