Rod Picott lands in UK for tour next month

Rod Picott has been recording for 17 years now which is almost as long as this century’s been around, his debut album ‘Tiger Tom Dixon’s Blues’ putting a nail in the coffin of his construction career and launching his second wind in life as a songwriter.  His new album ‘Out Past the Wires’ spans two discs, a 22 track journey between different musical styles centred around “the lives of working people and the losses, defeats and small victories than can come hard won in a calloused world.” If americana is about anything, it’s that.  You can catch Picott in the flesh so to speak from a month today, kicking off his dates in London on March 14th before ending up in some tunnels in Bristol 2 weeks later.  Full dates below.

Rod Picott March 2018 Tour

Wed 14 – London – What’s Cookin’@ Leytonstone Ex-Servicemens Club
Thu 15 – Barnacre, nr. Garstang – Garstang Unplugged at The Kenlis Arms
Fri 16 – Sheffield – The Greystones
Sat 17 – Davenham, nr. Northwich – Davenham Players Theatre
Sun 18 – North Lincolnshire – Private House Concert
Tue 20 – Leicester – The Musician
Wed 21 – Biddulph, Staffordshire – The Biddulph Arms
Thu 22 – Glasgow – The Doublet – N.B. Change of venue(previously advertised at Woodend Bowling and Tennis Club)
Fri 23 – Kinross – Backstage @ The Green Hotel
Sat 24 – Leeds – Seven Arts
Sun 25 – Nottingham – The Maze
Mon 26 – Brighton – The Greys
Tue 27 – High Wycombe – Kingsmead House Concert
Wed 28 – Basingstoke – The Forge @ The Anvil
Thu 29 – London – Green Note Presents @ The Old Queen’s Head, Islington
Fri 30 – Bristol – The Tunnels

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