Lauren Housley has announced details of her UK Winter tour which kicks off on 4th November at The Half Moon, Putney before heading around the country for an almost two-month long stint of shows, with concerts in her current hometown of Sheffield (Yellow Arch) and previous hometowns Manchester (Deaf Institute) and Newcastle (The Sage 2).
Lauren’s third album ‘Girl From The North’ was released on her own label Lovebird Recordings earlier this year and got some rather nice press from the publications including the Daily Express, RNR, CMP and Maverick. And there’s new music is on the horizon too as she is one of the recent recipients of the PPL / PRS momentum music fund which aims to help artists on the tipping point of their career take the next steps towards success. Lauren was also awarded the Help Musicians fund early on in Lockdown.
Supporting Lauren on all dates and playing acoustic guitar in her band will be 2020 UK Americana Award winner Robbie Cavanagh, Mark Lewis on Bass (Yola, John Smith), Thomas Dibb on Electric Guitar (John Smith, Magpie Arc) and Manchester session drummer Xavier Winton.
4th Nov – London, Half Moon Putney *
6th Nov – Filey, Evron Centre +
13th Nov – Brighton, Komedia +
18th Nov – Fareham, Ashcroft Arts Centre +
19th Nov – Newton Abbot, Abbotsbury Church +
20th Nov – Bath, Chapel Arts Centre +
25th Nov – Manchester, Deaf Institute *
26th Nov – Biddulph, Biddulph Town Hall *
3rd Dec – Stavely, The Roundhouse Theatre +
4th Dec – Gateshead, The Sage *
9th Dec – Hexham, The Vault +
10th Dec – Sheffield, Yellow Arch *
11th Dec – Kirton in Lindsey, Town Hall Live *
17th Dec – New Milton, Forest Arts Centre +
Full tour details and links to ticket sales can be found on the artist’s website.