04:55AM, Tuesday 17 June 2014
A 'vintage' DJ from Littlewick Green inspired as a child by the music at Carters Steam Fair is preparing to perform at Glastonbury Festival.
Hannah Barducci, from Bath Road, said she was 'speechless' when asked to perform at the largest greenfield festival in the world after impressing an organiser at a gig in London.
The 26-year-old's love of vintage was sparked by childhood visits to Carters Steam Fair, when her dad Richard worked as a sound engineer there.
Alongside a guitarist, Hannah goes by the stage name of Madame Barducci.
Her music is inspired by rock'n'roll, an era she also reflects her dress.
The former Maidenhead College pupil will perform on the Bar of Ideas stage and every evening at venue Phil's Diner.
This is Hannah's first visit to the festival in Somerset which starts on Wednesday, June 25, and runs until Sunday, June 29.
Hannah is also due to play at Boomtown and Bestival.
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