John Murry announces UK dates, new album

John Murry was raised in Tupelo, Mississippi and had a bit of a hairy time in life as a younger man but his journey led him to his last album “The Graceless Age” which was praised by Q magazine as “intensely beautiful…  Like Father John Misty, Mark Lanegan and Josh T Pearson rolled into one really broken dream.” Don’t you hate it when dreams break? Anyway he’s back with a new album “A Short History of Decay” which will be out on 14th July on TV Records, and in the meantime he’ll be playing a handful of UK shows in April, previewing songs from the record.  Here’s those dates, along with the gorgeous opening track from the new album.

John Murry Spring 2017 dates

Sat 1 April LONDON, What’s Cookin (Free Show, Donations to Autism Charities, as it’s World Autism Day)
Wed 5 April WINCHESTER, Hyde Tavern
Thurs 6 April WINCHESTER, Hyde Tavern
Sat 8 April HIGH WYCOMBE, Rambling Roots Festival

Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield is the long-suffering editor of Americana UK, conceiving the idea in a dark room in 2001, although he ran out of words to personally review anything in about 2007.

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