I’m With Her, the band of Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O’Donovan, are headed to London in support of their full-length debut, ‘See You Around’.
Although their 30 January show at Bush Hall is already sold out, the trio will be back on 17 May at Union Chapel.
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Ruby Boots is headed to the UK, supporting fellow country-revivalist Nikki Lane at three shows.
Their Highway Queen Tour kicks off at Bush Hall in London on 6 June. Tickets are now available.
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The Slow Show | Bush Hall | 25 November 2016
Comparisons with The National are inevitable. From Rob Goodwin’s baritone vocals to the slow-burning majesty of their music, there are obvious similarities. Naming themselves after a 2007 song by the Cincinnati, Ohio band probably doesn’t help.
But at their sold-out London show – held on the release date of second album, ‘Dream Darling’ – the Manchester five-piece emphasise once more that they’re a truly singular voice. With an effortless sense of unity and restraint that’s the result of accomplished musicians playing together for over five years, the band members perform one impeccably crafted song after another.
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Fantastic Negrito returns to London for his first headline show in the city, just months after supporting Chris Cornell at Royal Albert Hall.
The musician, born Xavier Dphrepaulezz, has just released his debut album, ‘The Last Days Of Oakland’ and will be performing songs from it at Bush Hall on 15 September.
Tickets are available now.
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John Paul White, one half of the four-time Grammy-winning duo The Civil Wars, is back with his first solo work in almost a decade.
The release of the album, ‘Beulah’, will be followed by a couple of headlining shows in the UK, including one at Bush Hall in London on 8 November.
Tickets are now available.
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