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3rd October 2015

Sat 3 Oct | Doors 7:30pm | £20/£22 OTD

Celebrated British blues rock guitarist and singer-songwriter, Joanne Shaw Taylor, returns to the UK in autumn 2015 for an exclusive Planet Rock Live Presents Nationwide UK Tour. 

Joanne will perform songs from her recently critically acclaimed album The Dirty Truth, as well as songs from her previous three albums White Sugar, Diamonds in the Dirt and Almost Always Never.      

Her 4-piece band features Oliver Perry (drums), Tom Godlington (bass) and Joe Leadbetter (keyboards).

“Killer licks, soaring solos and heart-wrenching vocals” The Sunday Times

“One of the country’s finest exponents of the blues” Rock Society

“A thrilling guitarist and a powerful vocalist” Time Out

“A worldclass blues talent” Classic Rock

“Joanne Shaw Taylor has enough soul to compete with the best the Mississippi Delta has to offer” The Sunday Telegraph

“Incredible, the queen of blues rock” Powerplay

“An exceptional talent, her formidable guitar playing and stunning soulful vocals are there or us all to adore when seen live. What makes her a cut above all the rest is her superb and heartfelt songwriting” Planet Rock

“God-given talent” Get Ready To Rock

Venue: Malt Room| Standing & Dancing


3rd October 2015

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