Sarah McQuaid Announces Tour Dates – November

Following hard on the heels of a seven-week USA tour that saw her playing thirty nine shows from coast to coast, Sarah McQuaid hits the UK next month for her final tour before she takes a break from the road in 2017 to focus her energies on writing and recording a fifth solo album, as well as penning a sequel to The Irish DADGAD Guitar Book, the popular tutor she authored on the alternative guitar tuning method that she uses. “I’d like to do a follow-up book that focuses on song accompaniment and that demonstrates the versatility of DADGAD,” Sarah explains. “A lot of people think of it as a specifically ‘Celtic’ tuning, but I write all my songs in DADGAD, and it’s great for all sorts of different genres, from blues to classical music to rock ’n’ roll.”  Get yourself a guitar and find out for yourself. 

Sarah McQuaid 2016 Dates

Nov 3 –  St Austell: Restormel Arts @ The Bosuns Charlestown
Nov 4 – Burton-Upon-Trent: The Brewtown Folk Club
Nov 5 – Bracknell: Artree Live, South Hill Park Arts Centre
Nov 6 – West Totton (Southampton): Hanger Farm Arts Centre
Nov 7 – Croydon Folk Club
Nov 8 – Cambridge: Strummers Music
Nov 11 – Cardigan: The Cellar
Nov 12 – Buxton: The Green Man Gallery
Nov 13 – Halifax: Square Chapel Centre For The Arts
Nov 14 – Stirling Folk Club
Nov 15 – Edinburgh: Leith Folk Club
Nov 16 – Corran: The Ceilidh House & Heritage Centre
Nov 17 – Morpeth: Gallery 45
Nov 18 – Leeds: HEART – Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre
Nov 19 – Liverpool Acoustic @ View Two Gallery
Nov 22 – St Neots Folk Club
Nov 23 – Keighley: Exchange Arts Centre
Nov 24 – Scarborough: Woodend Gallery
Nov 25 – Tewkesbury: The Roses
Nov 26 – Combe Martin: Shammick Acoustic
Nov 27 – Tavistock: The Wharf
Nov 29 – Topsham: The Bridge Inn
Dec 1 – Redruth: Regal Theatre

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