Music |
24th February 2017

Fri 24 February | Doors 7.30pm | £15 Early Bird | £17 Standard | £19 On The Door

Award-winning Soul and Blues singer-songwriter Jo Harman announces an international tour in support of the 3rd February 2017 worldwide release date for her much anticipated second studio album, People We Become, the follow up to her critically acclaimed and commercially successful 2013 debut 'Dirt On My Tongue'. 

Recorded in Nashville, at Sound Emporium and other noted studios, with acclaimed producer Fred Mollin (Billy Joel, Jimmy Webb, Carly Simon, Joe Cocker, Johnny Mathis and many more) the album features Michael McDonald on the first single 'When We Were Young'.

So, what is the substance of the album in question?

Soul. Blues. Gospel. Beatles-worthy pop. These are the core ingredients of Jo Harman's People We Become, a modern album rooted in the classic, timeless music of past generations.

“I'm not trying to fit in anywhere,” admits Harman, whose super-sized voice fills the record's 10 tracks. “I'm just trying to write classic songs, and present them with classic production. When you try to chase what's going on at the moment, then it's going to sound old very quickly.”

Venue: Malt Room – standing
Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.
Wheelchair users, pleas click here to refer to our accessibility information page.


24th February 2017

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