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

Please help to support americana in the UK by donating £2 a month to us - we'll send you an exclusive 20 track curated playlist every month plus the opportunity to win tickets and CDs. Click here for more information.

Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield has been the Editor of Americana UK for the last 17 years, although if you go to his Twitter feed it's just one long list of all the things he loves about Jeremy Corbyn, which is irritating. Also likes astronauts.

Leave a comment..