William Prince announces UK dates for November

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Following his well-received performance at Cambridge Folk Festival at the end of July, rising Americana star William Prince has announced UK and Ireland dates for November, kicking off in London’s Bush Hall on 14th before winding its way up north to Glasgow via Manchester, Bath and Dublin on the way.

Earlier this year, Prince released his new album ‘Stand in the Joy’. Produced by GRAMMY-winner Dave Cobb (Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile) at his studio in Savannah, Georgia, in these 10 songs, Prince works to “embrace life’s small beauties, unburdened by past mistakes and circumstances. It’s an open-hearted work that’s evidence of the prolific songwriter coming into his own.” It’s fair to say we gushed about it too.

As the music of Chris Stapleton and Sturgill Simpson mines the experiences of folks in Kentucky coal towns, William Prince’s songs are influenced by his upbringing on a Peguis First Nation reservation in Canada.  Says William: “This record acknowledges pain but does not give it power. What I hope comes through are feelings of love, peace, and strength. The strength to stand in the goodness of what you have, rather than sit in what you have lost.”

Tickets are available from his official website here.

November 14 — London — Bush Hall
November 15 — Manchester — Deaf Institute
November 16 — Bath — Moles
November 18 — Dublin — Workman’s Club
November 19 — Glasgow — King Tut’s

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