Aynsley Lister

Music |
7th September 2023

Doors 7.30pm | Tickets £19.50 | Theatre

Aynsley Lister has been at the top of the Blues scene for over two decades, billed as one of the most exciting contemporary Blues guitarists around today. Known not only for his exceptional guitar playing he is also a highly regarded songwriter whose passion for music crosses genres, effortlessly combining blues, soul, Americana, rock and sometimes even pop elements.

On this tour, Aynsley presents his new studio album Along For The Ride, released on November 11th 2022 via his own label Straight Talkin’ Records, which he co-founded with his wife Stephanie. The new release offers 13 songs – stories from everyday life about relationships, loss, feelings and life itself in all its facets, embedded in catchy melodies, rocking riffs, virtuoso guitar solos and an energetic mixture of modern elements and traditional blues.

Aynsley Lister will be leading his band through a sensational set, performing songs from the highly acclaimed new release, along with fan favourites from the past.
For fans of: Gary Clarke Jnr., Eric Clapton, The Black Keys, John Mayer, Tedeschi Trucks.

“Superb” – The Times
“Masterful and measured songwriting” – R2 Magazine
“A quite marvellous guitarist of passion and strength, and with a fine distinctive voice” – Record Collector Magazine

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This event is in association with an external promoter. 

DATES & TIMES

7th September 2023

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