After emotionally tearing through his sold-out Bush Hall show, Grammy-nominated Oklahoman John Fullbright brings his sepia-toned Americana back to the UK and Ireland this autumn for a run of six unmissable solo outings.
The astonishing debut album 'From The Ground Up' was nominated for the Best Americana album award at this year's Grammys, and John performed a pitch-perfect rendition of his track 'Satan & St. Paul' on Jools Holland.
12, one-of-a-kind, open-hearth confessionals, John's voice smoulders and his songs catch fire as his lyrics delve deep into that endless well of human emotion. He co-produced the album with Wes Sharon (Doobie Brothers, Gregg Allman) and plays piano, guitar, harmonica and organ.
John Fullbright plays:
Thu 26th BRISTOL, St Bonaventures
Fri 27th LONDON, Purcell Room
Thu 3rd GATESHEAD, Caedmon Hall
Fri 4th EDINBURGH, Pleasance Theatre
Sun 6th DUBLIN, Whelans
Mon 7th BELFAST, Black Box
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