Sunny Sweeney announces 2023 UK tour

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Following stand-out shows in the UK last summer, including The Long Road and Millport festivals, ACM-nominated recording artist Sunny Sweeney is returning to our shores this coming November for tour dates, kicking off in Newcastle’s Cluny before winding its way around the four nations.

Renowned for her entertaining live shows,  Sweeney probably errs on the country-country borderline for us but hey, Entertainment Focus picked Sweeney’s set in its iconic moments of The Long Road Festival 2022, praising her “warmth, class, style and devastating humour” and Lonesome Highway in its 15 of the best from Americanafest 2022 said she was “sassy, funny and in splendid voice throughout.”

Sunny Sweeney is a country and Americana artist from Texas, currently based in Nashville, TN. Her latest album ‘Married Alone’ is described as “a raw, vulnerable exploration of loss, grief, and healing” – recorded in Dallas, TX, it was co-produced by fellow country artist Paul Cauthen and The Texas Gentlemen’s Beau Bedford.

Sunny Sweeney 2023 Dates:

November 9       The Cluny, Newcastle
November 10     Foxlowe Arts Centre, Leek
November 12     The Bodega, Nottingham
November 13     Kitchen Garden Cafe, Birmingham
November 14     Retro, Manchester
November 15     Gloucester Guildhall, Gloucester
November 17     Acapela studio, Cardiff
November 19     Oslo, London
November 20     The Bullingdon, Oxford
November 21     The 1865, Southampton
November 23     The Workmans Cellar, Dublin
November 24     Nashville Nights at The Copper Tap, Omagh
November 26     Limelight, Belfast
November 28     Broadcast, Glasgow

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Having seen her live in Islington I agree with everything in this article. She’s great live, fun and engaging. Her band are excellent. And she’s just released (what I believe to be) the best version of Red Dirt Girl (with Jamie Lin Wilson).