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One of the hardest-working bands on the US roots music circuit, Hillfolk Noir have built themselves a huge Stateside following playing what has been described as music “filtered through a country-tinged, swampy-swingin’, hillbilly-delta-blues- ragtime word machine”.

Working out of Boise, Idaho, they have won a lot of fans in the UK after six successful tours on this side of the Atlantic.
This is what some media folks have said about them:

“A raggedy, rollicking adrelalin shot” – fRoots magazine

“An incandescent car crash of blues, medicine show sensibilities, country and rock ‘n’ roll” – Mary Ann Kennedy, BBC Radio 3

“Roots music with attitude!”
– RNR (Rock ‘n’ Reel) magazine

“The jugband tradition is alive and more than well - they bring a punky, spunky spirit to the blues and old-time”
– Rob Adams, The Herald

“I love this”
– Ricky Ross, BBC Radio Scotland

Wed July 4: The Atkinson Theatre, Southport
Thurs July 5: Blue Sky Café, Bangor, North Wales
Fri July 6: Green Note, Camden, London
Sat July 7: Maverick Festival, Suffolk
Sun July 8: Maverick Festival (morning), The Greystones, Sheffield (evening)
Tues July 10: The Big Tipi, Lligwy Beach Café, Moelfre, Anglesey
Wed July 11: The RAFA Club , St David’s, Pembrokeshire
Thurs July 12: FREE  
Fri July 13: Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival
Sat July 14: The Blue Lamp, Aberdeen  
Sun July 15: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine
Tues July 17: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Wed July 18: Lowdham Village Hall
Thurs July 19: The Plough @ George Hotel, South Molton
Fri July 20: Square and Compass, Worth Matravers
Sat July 21: Castle Cary, Somerset
Sun July 22: Square and Compass, Worth Matravers


Recognised as one of the hottest bands playing out of one of America’s steamiest States, The California Feetwarmers return to Europe for appearances at a string of summer festivals.

This follows a super-successful run at big outdoor events in 2017 when they wowed the crowds in Switzerland, Italy, Scotland and Ireland.

Previously they raised the roof as an ecstatic crowd of revellers at the 1000-capacity Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow, got into the groove at Celtic Connections festival.

Since then, the seven-piece has continued to impress on both sides of the Atlantic and gathered praise from some of the biggest names in the biz.

When they headlined at Herb Alpert’s nightclub in Beverly Hills, where Hollywood’s A-list go to have themselves some fun, Sir Tom Jones enjoyed the show so much he declared himself a fan, told them to head for London and said: “Just tell them Tom Jones sent you!”

He wasn’t the first big name to fall under their spell…this is the band that Keb’ Mo’ sought out to provide an air of authenticity when he recorded his BluesAmericana album. The collaboration won them a Grammy-nomination.

When Keb’ Mo’ grabbed them to provide the right feel for the track that won them so much attention, he did so as he wanted it to be “a joyous thing – a party,” he told The Wall Street Journal.

…Now couldn’t we all do with a bit of that in our lives right now!

Sun July 8: Junction Festival, Clonmel
Tues July 10: The Crane Lane, Cork
Wed July 11: Hawkswell Theatre (Cairde Festival), Sligo
Thurs July 12: Glenveagh Castle (afternoon)
Fri July 13: McGrorys, Culdaff
Sat July 14: Regional Cultural Centre, Letterkenny (early afternoon)
Sat July 14: Derry Maritime Festival (evening)
Sun July 15: Seamus Ennis Centre, Naul, Co Dublin
Tues July 17: Red Room, Cookstown
Wed July 18: Red Room, Cookstown  
Thurs July 19: Eastgate Theatre, Peebles
Fri July 20: Edinburgh International Jazz and Blues Festival  
Sat July 21: Edinburgh International Jazz and Blues Festival
Sun July 22: Underneath The Stars Festival, Cawthorne, South Yorks
Tues July 24: The Art Shop & Chapel, Abergavenny
Thurs July 26: Rathmullan House, Rathmullan
Fri July 27: Balor Arts Centre, Ballybofey
Sat July 28: Huidie Beags, Gweedore
Sun July 29: Swell Festival, Arranmore Island

Blues fusionist Markus is the ultimate modern day ‘one man band,’ using, guitar, voice, percussion – and a looper – to build rich textures for his blues-infused original songs and reworks of classics. Originally from Holland, he lived in the UK for 28 years, where he fronted the excellent power trio GILES. But he got struck by a burst of wanderlust and began travelling worldwide.

In 2017, he toured Europe almost continuously, always setting up on the sidewalk in each destination and causing a stir everywhere he goes. “Playing on the street has been my most rewarding experience. There is a very direct connection with people from all ages and walks of life and the response has been amazing,” he says.

When performing in clubs and theatres, he likes to throw an invitation out to find one or two local musicians to join him onstage for a tune or two, always keen to throw it wide open for a section of the set to see what transpires. “I love jamming with people along the way – it’s always a great fun experience.” At concerts, his extraordinary mastery of vocals, guitar, drumbeat and looper is accompanied by anecdotes from his adventures.

Thurs July 12: Kilbarchan Performing Arts Centre
Fri July 13: CatStrand, New Galloway
Sat July 14: Edinburgh Jazz and Blues festival
Sun July 15: Edinburgh Jazz and Blues festival

The past twelve months have been extraordinary for Laura Cortese & The Dance Cards.

Their latest album, California Calling, won glowing reviews on both sides of the Atlantic and a ton of quality radio exposure. For, instance, it was Album of The Week on the Radcliffe & Maconie show at BBC Radio 6.

When they were flown in as one of the main visiting attractions at Glasgow’s big Celtic Connections festival, they wowed a capacity crowd at the city’s Royal Concert Hall and went on to feature in associated radio and TV programmes.

Now, they’re heading back and once again, to play festivals as well as, theatre, arts centre and club shows around the country, heading back to Shetland too, where they previously stole the show at the local folk festival

Writing in RnR magazine, David Innes awarded them his “Most Memorable Gig of The Year” vote saying they “swung with constraint-free exuberance, tugging at and capturing everyone’s hearts.”

Awarding the latest album a 5-star review (there were many) at Acoustic magazine, Julian Piper called it “stunning” and added: “If there was any justice, you’d see Laura on Later with Jools next week.”

Fri July 20: LLangollen Fringe, LLangollen Town Hall
Sat July 21: Pennar Hall, Pembroke Dock
Sun July 22: Underneath The Stars Festival, South Yorkshire
Mon July 23: Rest Day
Tues July 24: Green Note, Camden, London
Wed July 25: Farncombe Boathouse
Thurs July 26: The Greystones, Sheffield
Fri July 27: Tolbooth, Stirling
Sat July 28: Eastgate Theatre, Peebles
Sun July 29: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine  
Mon July 30: Rest Day
Tues July 31: Mareel, Lerwick, Shetland  
Sat Aug 4: Dranouter Festival, Belgium
Sun Aug 5: Whitstable Sessions, Kent
Mon Aug 6: Rest Day
Tues Aug 7: Square & Compass, Worth Matravers
Wed Aug 8: Square & Compass, Worth Matravers
Thur Aug 9: FREE
Fri Aug 10: Reeth Memorial Hall  
Sat Aug 11: Jumpin Hot Country Cantina, Acklington
Sun Aug 12: FREE

Firmly established as one of the most popular touring acts this will be Virginia-based livewires, The Hot Seats, tenth anniversary tour.

Over the years they have blown the crowds away at festivals such as Edinburgh Fringe where they won a coveted Herald Angel award – the highest accolade to be handed out – following a successful run at The Famous Spiegletent.

They wowed everyone at Shetland and Orkney Folk Festivals and made a big impression at Glasgow’s Celtic Connections too. They’ve enjoyed main stage appearances at big events such as HebCeltFest, Didmarton Bluegrass Festival, Purbeck Valley Folk Festival and Fringe By The Sea.

And, of course, whenever they tour, crowds always turn out in force to get a fix of the spirit-lifting tonic they share out.

On previous visits, reviewers have showered them with praise.

“They’re brilliant,” said Maverick magazine, while The Herald (Scotland) described the show as “sensational,” and RnR magazine said simply: “Astounding!”

Thurs July 26: Beer & Bluegrass Festival, Poole
Fri July 27: Beer and Bluegrass Festival, Poole
Sat July 28: Beer and Bluegrass Festival, Poole
Sun July 29: FREE
Mon July 30: Rest Day
Tues July 31: FREE
Wed Aug 1: The Atkinson Theatre, Southport
Thurs Aug 2: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Fri Aug 3: The Tin Hut, Gartly by Huntly
Sat Aug 4: CatStrand, New Galloway  
Sun Aug 5: St Cuthbert’s House, Seahouses
Mon Aug 6: Rest Day  
Tues Aug 7: The Spiegeltent, Fringe By The Sea, North Berwick
Wed Aug 8: The Art Shop and Chapel, Abergavenny
Thurs Aug 9: Burnett’s Hill Chapel, Martletwy, Narberth, Pembs
Fri Aug 10: The RAFA Club, St. Davids, Pembrokeshire
Sat Aug 11: Square & Compass, Worth Matravers
Sun Aug 12: FREE

Their music has been described as Appalachian honky tonk, and being from the mountains of North Carolina, that’s maybe as close as it gets. But, The Honeycutters have a richer depth of character than that suggests – a factor that has won them a much wider span of appreciation around the world.

The five-piece boasts a powerful lead vocalist in Amanda Anne Platt, who has been rightly compared to some of the great female performers of the post-war years. Their albums attract 5-star ratings and have landed the band on many “Best-of” end-of-the-year lists.

“Remarkable! Delicious country songs”
- Rock ‘n’ Reel magazine

“Unquestionably one of the finest Americana bands”
- Folk Radio UK

“Excellent – destined for a great future”
- Maverick magazine

Thurs Aug 23: Raheen House Hotel, Clonmel, Co Tipperary
Fri Aug 24: High Tide Club, Castletownbere, Co Cork
Sat Aug 25: Dunmore East Bluegrass Festival, Co Waterford
Sun Aug 26: Dunmore East Bluegrass Festival, Co Waterford
Mon Aug 27: Travel day
Tues Aug 28: Green Note, Camden
Wed Aug 29: The Studio, Hawth Theatre, Crawley
Thurs Aug 30: AVAILABLE
Fri Aug 31: Selby Town Hall
Sat Sept 1: North Newbald Village Hall, Yorks  
Sun Sept 2: Whitstable Sessions, Kent
Mon Sept 3: Rest Day  
Tues Sept 4: Woodend Gallery, Scarborough
Wed Sept 5: Tumbleweed at Seven Arts, Leeds
Thurs Sept 6: Greystones, Sheffield
Fri Sept 7: Live Room, Saltaire
Sat Sept 8: The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber
Sun Sept 9: Jumpin’ Hot Club, Newcastle upon Tyne
Mon Sept 10: The Greystones, Sheffield  
Tues Sept 11: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Wed Sept 12: The Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
Thurs Sept 13: Acoustic Music Club, Kirkcaldy
Fri Sept 14: CatStrand presents at Dalry Town Hall
Sat Sept 15: Town Hall Live, Kirton in Lindsey
Sun Sept 16: The Forge, Anvil Arts, Basingstoke
Mon Sept 17: Rest Day
Tues Sept 18: AVAILABLE

Rising star of the Boston music scene, Alice Howe, made a huge impact when she released her recent EP over here and is currently working on her next album with Freebo (renowned for his work with Bonnie Raitt as her bass player for ten years) as producer.

Alice and Freebo have been gigging together in the States and reports are always amazing following the shows.

Freebo has solid gold pedigree, having also worked with Jackson Browne, Taj Mahal and David Crosby among others. He will be joining Alice for these UK dates.

Tuesday Sept 25: Kingsmead House Concert, High Wycombe
Wed Sept 26: FREE
Thurs Sept 27: Acoustic Music Club, Kirkcaldy
Fri Sept 28: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Sat Sept 29: Private function, Glasgow
Sun Sept 30: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine
Mon Oct 1: Traverse Theatre Bar, Edinburgh
Wed Oct 3: The Atkinson Theatre, Southport
Thurs Oct 4: FREE
Fri Oct 5: The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber  
Sat Oct 6: Pump House, Louth, Lincs
Sun Oct 7: Town Hall Live, Kirton in Lindsey, Lincs  
Mon Oct 8: The Greystones, Sheffield
Wed Oct 10: Green Note, Camden, London

He picked up glowing 5-star reviews for I Don’t Do This for Love, I Do This for Love - an Album that deservedly won him a huge amount of media exposure. 

His reputation as Grade A live performer continued to gather momentum in the UK after a successful tour in 2017 and ended the year on a high after carrying off the Male Performer of The Year honours in the annual Readers' Poll at AmericanaUK

It was earlier that year that he fully established himself as a force to be reckoned with in a double bill appearance with James McMurtry at Celtic Connections, where he stunned a capacity crowd into hushed silence when he took the stage at Glasgow's Oran Mor.

Reviewing that performance for AmericanaUK, and causing others who were unfamiliar with his work to check him out, writer Paul Kerr said: 

“It was a raucous crowd that faced Bell when he bounced onto the stage but within minutes he had them transfixed with barely a murmur to be heard, his confident delivery and wry humour demanding attention

“Gruff and tender with a poet’s voice and a sincere sense of justice Bell is the real deal…do yourself a favour and catch this true American troubadour. You won’t be disappointed.”

Nathan makes a welcome return in October.

Thurs Oct 4: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Fri Oct 5: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine
Sat Oct 6: Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
Sun Oct 7: CCA, Glasgow (matinee)
Mon Oct 8: Rest Day
Tues Oct 9: Woodend Gallery, Scarborough
Wed Oct 10: FREE
Thurs Oct 11: Drovers Music Venue, Puncheston, Haverfordwest
Fri Oct 12: The Meadow, St David’s, Pembrokeshire
Sat Oct 13: The Royal Oak, Eccleshall, Staff  
Sun Oct 14: The Tower, Portsmouth
Mon Oct 15: Traverse Theatre Bar, Edinburgh  
Tues Oct 16: The Greystones, Sheffield
Wed Oct 17: The Met, Bury (with Chatham Country Line)
Thurs Oct 18: Trades Club, Hebden Bridge
Fri Oct 19: The Studio, Live Theatre, Newcastle upon Tyne (with Jason Eady)
Sat Oct 20: Kingsmead House, High Wycombe
Sun Oct 21: Green Note, Camden

When they first emerged, Irish Music magazine said of their debut EP: “Consider this your early warning system…there is something serious on the horizon and that creative storm is Connla.”

They had already been crowned Best New Group in the Live Ireland 2016 Awards then carried off Best Vocal/Instrumental Album of The Year accolade too.

When they played Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall during the Celtic Connections The Scotsman awarded them a 5-star review.

Over the past year, they have toured in the USA, Germany, and the UK (several times). The band ended 2017 on a high when Songlines magazine placed their River Waiting CD in the Number 1 position of their Top Ten Essential Irish Albums – a list that contained many of the big names of the genre.

…And, then to round off a prefect year, the band was presented with a huge accolade - the Best Concert of The Year title - given to them in the prestigious Live Ireland awards, following an outstanding performance in Chicago.

They have a brand new album which is once again beginning to throw the spotlight back their way.

Thurs Oct 11: Duncairn Arts Centre, Belfast
Fri Oct 12: Bangor Castle
Sat Oct 13: Ranfurly Arts Centre, Dungannon
Fri Oct 19: Old Courthouse, Antrim Town
Sat Oct 20: Alley Theatre, Strabane

Since issuing their superb Songs of The Hollow album in 2017, cua have gone on to become a band that has gathered in more praise than most from all the best sections of the media.

Awarding the album an 8/10 rating at AmericanaUK, top writer Jeremy Searle said: “This Irish trio stands right at the forefront of contemporary cutting-edge folk and even that description sells it a little short.”

Issuing a similar judgement for Acoustic magazine, Julian Piper had this to say: "At its finest, music should confound and amaze the listener, and this trio from Ireland have the luck - and the ability - to be one of those outfits who can pull this off."

Folkwords said, rightly: “Unlike anything else.” As a result, there are many who cannot wait to catch the band in action and this will be their first ever Scottish tour.

Sun Oct 28: Birnam Arts, Perthshire
Mon Oct 29: Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh
Tues Oct 30: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Wed Oct 31: Fallen Angels Club at The Admiral, Glasgow
Thurs Nov 1: Acoustic Music Club, Kirkcaldy
Fri Nov 2: The Tin Hut, Gartly, by Huntly
Sat Nov 3: Glenbuchat Hall, Strathdon
Sun Nov 4: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

Cam Penner and Jon Wood are renowned for both their powerful live shows and recordings. These two have gathered in an impressive amount of positive press over the years. Maverick magazine writer Paul Kerr described them as “mesmerising,” while (writing at AmericanaUK), Mike Ritchie said they were: “Masterful - an utterly compelling duo - brilliant!”

The pair had a sold-out show at Glasgow’s big Celtic Connections Festival after winning major TV exposure when tracks from the sensational To Build A Fire album were chosen as the backdrop to the BBC 2 TV drama based on Iain Banks’ Stonemouth novel.

The follow-up release - Sex & Politics - confirmed them as a creative tour de force.

“Simply superb - an album that'll be making more than a few end-of-year “best of” lists,” said AmericananUK, while Acoustic magazine called it “totally glorious” and added: “it’s maybe as fine as music’s likely to get.” R2 magazine called it “a work of outstanding genius.”

Penner has that rare quality – a well-grounded human spirit. In another life he might have been a Shaman. With constant playing companion Jon Wood (a highly respected producer) by his side, percussive elements and layered guitar techniques have added rich texture. Those Shamans also dance around – and beat the drum - sometimes.

They will be bringing a brand new album with them. Can’t wait to hear what they have conjured up that that woodland cabin that doubles as their recording studio!

“Quite brilliant” – No Depression

“Stunning” – The Daily Express


Wed Nov 14: Green Note, Camden
Thurs Nov 15: No 8, Launceston
Fri Nov 16: Bridge Inn, Topsham
Sat Nov 17: PI Gigs, Pembrokeshire (venue tbc)
Sun Nov 18: The Canteen, Bristol
Mon Nov 19: Travel day
Tues Nov 20: Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
Wed Nov 21: The Admiral, Glasgow
Thurs Nov 22: Acoustic Music Club, Kirkcaldy
Fri Nov 23: Glenbuchat Hall, Strathdon  
Sat Nov 24: Private function, Banchory
Sun Nov 25: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine  
Mon Nov 26: Traverse, Edinburgh
Tues Nov 27: Rest Day
Wed Nov 28: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Thurs Nov 29: The Pump House, Louth
Fri Nov 30: Square & Compass, Worth Matravers
Sat Nov Dec 1: FREE
Sun Nov 2: FREE

Laura Cortese digs deep and aims high, grew up in San Francisco and moved to Boston to study at Berklee College of Music, immersing herself in the city's vibrant indie music scene and enjoying a busy touring-and-studio-sidekick career which included appearances with Band of Horses at Carnegie Hall and Pete Seeger at Newport Folk Festival.

But, it’s been with her band, The Dance Cards that she has made the biggest impact. It’s bold and elegant fare, schooled in the lyrical rituals of folk music and backed by grooves and scintillating vocal harmonies that have become a hallmark of the performance.

Writing in RnR magazine, David Innes awarded them his “Most Memorable Gig of The Year” vote.

Since then, the four-piece has taken both Shetland and Orkney Folk Festivals by storm, and kicked off 2018 in style, flying in for two big shows at Glasgow’s Celtic Connections festival, promoting their current album, California Calling, on Compass Records, which has been winning them rave reviews and much radio exposure. It was Album of The Week on the Radcliffe & Maconie show at BBC Radio 6. Awarding the album a 5-star review (there were many) at Acoustic magazine, Julian Piper called it “stunning” and added: “If there was any justice, you’d see Laura on Later with Jools next week.”

Thurs Jan 24: Raheen House Hotel, Clonmel
Fri Jan 25: Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny
Sat Jan 26: Belfast (details tbc)
Sun Jan 27: Dublin (details tbc)

Arguably the most powerful of modern-day bands which feature the old-time Appalachian style, these masters of their trade have been described as three of the most accomplished musicians playing on this planet, and that is not overstating the case.

John Showman might be better known to most Americana fans as lead vocalist with super-talented alt-country band, New Country Rehab, Chris Coole is a well-established singer-songwriter with a considerable pedigree and bassman Max Heineman has earned himself the kind of plaudits normally reserved for those who are much longer in the tooth.

And, these old-time saviours write new material that slots in perfectly to keep the balance between ancient and modern perfectly paced and finely tuned. You’ll feel the energy of three passionate musicians playing the bejesus out of those instruments and loving every minute.

The band triumphed at this year’s MerleFest where the discerning audience knows ‘stand-out’ from more-of-the-same.

“A rip roaring hoedown and a rawness fans love”
– Maverick magazine

Wed Jan 30: Moving On Music on tour, NI (venue tbc)
Thurs Jan 31: Moving On Music on tour, NI (venue tbc)
Fri Feb 1: Moving On Music on tour, NI (venue tbc)
Sat Feb 2: Moving On Music on tour, NI (venue tbc)
Sun Feb 3: Moving On Music on tour, NI (venue tbc)
Mon Feb 4: Rest Day
Tues Feb 5: Red Room, Cookstown
Wed Feb 6: Watergate Theatre, Kilkenny
Thurs Feb 7: PI Gigs at Canolfan Clydau, Tegryn, Wales
Fri Feb 8: The Art Shop and Chapel, Abergavenny  
Sat Feb 9: Selby Town Hall
Sun Feb 10: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine  

With their roots in traditional bluegrass and folk, this Colorado-based five-piece has established a strong footing, appealing to the same audience as The Stray Birds, Lindsay Lou & The Flatbellys and The Railsplitters. Fusing elements of rock and pop with acoustic instrumentation, they have created a very distinctive sound of their own.

It took the release of their superb 2017-issued “Start Believing” album to stimulate the UK media into paying serious attention. Reviews were fittingly flattering and they got a load of radio exposure too.

“Imagine The Stray Birds with a slightly bigger sound,” declared Maverick magazine, while FolkRadioUK maintained they were “recalling the early days of 10,000 Maniacs.”

Over at RnR magazine, a writer who is taken more seriously than many, David Innes, told readers: “There’s something special happening here,” while AmericanaUK recommended them as having “a lovely warm, genuine feel that will brighten your day.”

Wed March 6: The Atkinson Theatre, Southport
Thurs March 7: Date Available
Fri March 8: The Ropewalk, Barton upon Humber
Sat March 9: Selby Town Hall
Sun March 10: Green Note, London
Mon March 11: Rest Day
Tues March 12: Date Available
Wed March 13: Blue Sky Café, Bangor
Thurs March 14: PI Gigs at Burnetts Hill, Martletwy, Narbeth
Fri March 15: Town Hall Live, Kirton in Lindsey  
Sat March 16: Square and Compass, Worth Matravers
Sun March 17: Whistable Sessions, Kent  
Mon March 18: Rest Day
Tues March 19: Middlesborough (venue tbc)
Thurs March 21: Acoustic Music Club, Kirkcaldy
Fri March 22: Blue Lamp, Aberdeen
Sat March 23: Tin Hut, Gartly, by Huntly
Sun March 24: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine
Mon March 25: Soundhouse Organisation, Edinburgh (venue tbc)  
Tues March 26: The Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Wed March 27: Eastgate Theatre, Peebles

May Erlewine made a big impression when she played UK festival dates with her side project, The Sweet Water Warblers, in 2017. Now, she tours in her own right, with two of her renowned backing band to perform in the trio format that has been on the road in the USA.

Ever since she released her stunning solo album Mother Lion, we have been fielding requests from promoters seeking a date. Yet, she’s no newcomer – far from it, having an extensive back catalogue (nineteen albums spanning several different projects).

UK reviewers swooned as they wrote about the latest release. At Folk Radio UK, Mike Davies said: “She’s looking to tour the UK with her own band which will no doubt serve to widen her fan base here. You really should set up an alert for those dates now.”

At AmericanaUK, Michael Farley lebelled it “superb - a coming of age” release. Country Music People said she was “a huge musical talent,” RnR magazine told readers the album was “enchanting” and Country Music magazine called it “mesmerising.”

Thurs April 25: Green Note, London
Fri April 26: Town Hall Live, Kirton in Lindsey
Sat April 27: Tumbleweed @ Seven Arts, Leeds
Sun April 28: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Mon April 29: Soundhouse, Edinburgh
Tues April 30: Glassel Hall, Banchory
Wed May 1: Rest Day
Thurs May 2: Details TBC
Fri May 3: Details TBC
Sat May 4: Details TBC  
Sun May 5: Details TBC
Mon May 6: Details TBC  

One of the most powerful singer-songwriters the world has ever produced, Terry Lee Hale has been making great records for twenty five years.

He first made an impact on the Seattle scene, playing the clubs and bars with his open guitar tunings and dark, dangerous songs, and went on to build a faithful fan base that’s spread around the planet.

In 2013, he delivered The Long Draw on Glitterhouse Records, and Bound, Chained, Fettered appeared in 2016, built from truthful stories sung with a voice that reflects and carries the emotional weight of time, obstacles overcome and wisdom earned.

Those who have seen the man in action will tell you that this is as good as it gets.

Thurs June 6: Date Available
Fri June 7: Date Available
Sat June 8: Kingsmead House Concert, High Wycombe
Sun June 9: Green Note, Camden
Mon June 10: Rest Day
Tues June 11: Grateful Fred's House Concert, Birkdale, Merseyside
Wed June 12: Date Available
Thurs June 13: Acoustic Music Club, Kirkcaldy
Fri June 14: The Bothy, Glenbuchat, Aberdeenshire
Sat June 15: The Blue Lamp, Aberdeen  
Sun June 16: Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine
Mon June 17: Soundhouse Organisation, Edinburgh  
Tues June 18: Performing Arts Centre, Kilbarchan
Wed June 19: Date Available
Thurs June 20: The Haining, Selkirk
Fri June 21: Date Available
Sat June 22: PI Gigs, Wales (venue tbc)
Sun June 23: Date Available
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