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Worry Dolls To Release Their Debut Album ‘ Go Get Gone ‘ And To Tour From 16th Of January

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  the debut album from Worry Dolls – a young female duo born out of the joint talents of Zoe Nicol and Rosie Jones. Recorded in Nashville and produced by Neilson Hubbard (Matthew Perryman Jones), a veteran of East Nashville’s music scene and featuring songwriting collaborations with Jeff Cohen (Teitur), Ben Glover (Gretchen Peters), Joe Doyle (Reba Mcentire) & stunning playing from Wild Ponies, Eamon McLoughlin (Ashley Monroe), Kenny Hutson (Little Big Town) & more.

Rosie grew up singing and playing a variety of instruments in a music-filled household in Devon, picking up guitar after finding an old nylon-string under the stairs. As a teenager, Rosie’s musical diet was a mix of punk bands & angsty singer songwriters, finding country through a friend’s copy of Ryan Adams’ ‘Heartbreaker’. At 17, she wrote a song called Tennessee about wanting to live in Nashville and get her heart broken so that she could write songs like the ones she loved.

Zoe, whose family originate from Liverpool and Ireland, was raised in a small village in Kent by her mum. She inherited music from her parents who, although separated, were both performers which resulted in a childhood spent back and forth between her mum’s theatrical rehearsals and her dad’s club gigs. At 12, she started learning to play her dad’s old Spanish guitar to accompany herself, drawing inspiration from Eva Cassidy and Joni Mitchell; the songs poured out.

Worry Dolls met in Liverpool when they were 18, both on their chosen path of becoming solo singer songwriters, Rosie joined Zoe’s band as a mandolin player and backing vocalist and their great chemistry and love of harmony led to them starting a contemporary bluegrass band. Paired by their teachers for an opportunity to have their songwriting critiqued by Paul McCartney, they were inspired to start co-writing, and could now be described as an almost telepathically linked songwriting force.

GO GET GONE featuring the singles Bless Your Heart, Miss You Already and Train’s Leaving will be released on January 27th, 2017 on Vinyl, CD and all digital outlets via Bread & Butter Music.

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16 LONDON The Social 
28 TUNBRIDGE WELLS Trinity Theatre

01 LONDON UK Americana Conference
03 STOCKPORT West Heaton Tennis Club
04 SUNDERLAND The Independent
05 PENRITH Plug N Play
08 STAMFORD Stamford Arts Centre
09 MUCH WENLOCK The Edge Arts Centre
12 CRAWLEY The Hawth
17 IPSWICH Cult Café
19 LIVERPOOL The Zanzibar
21 LEICESTER The Musician
23 YORK Black Swan
24 BELLINGHAM All Acoustic Club
25 MILTON KEYNES The Stables
26 MAIDENHEAD Norden Farm

01 LONDON St Pancras Old Church 
02 BRIGHTON The Marwood
03 SWINDON The Beehive
04 SALISBURY Salisbury Arts Centre
24 SWANAGE Square And Compass
26 TWICKENHAM Twickenham Folk Club

28 GAINSBOROUGH Westview House
29 DURHAM Old Cinema
30 SALTAIRE The Live Room


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Carlene Carter , Lera Lynn, Dar Williams and Stephen Kellogg are touring in UK and Ireland

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Dar Williams’ 2016 tour with dates in UK and Germany !

Dar Williams new tour May 2016
New single “Slippery Slope” taken from her critically acclaimed album”EMERALD”


” Dar Williams is a songwriter of immense talent and her new album, Emerald, is a work of real depth. From the powerful opening song about staying strong in adversity (Something To Get Through) to the mordant Mad River, this is a work of mature and thoughtful songwriting.” – The Telegraph
” Dar Williams is back with Emerald, her ninth studio record (out May 12th), which deals as bluntly as ever with the shadowy, subtle corners of humanity on songs like “Slippery Slope,” premiering exclusively on Rolling Stone Country. “
– Rolling Stone Country
In “FM Radio,” Williams infuses bits of pop culture prowess and a sense of nostalgic playfulness. The song parallels her own growth as a “’70s chick” with society’s exploration of sexuality and the era’s increase in social consciousness.
– Paste Magazine  


Tour Dates

19 May – Glasgow, UK – Classic Grand:
20 May – Leeds, UK – Victory Hall:
21 May – Gateshead, UK – Caedmon Hall:
22 May – Bakewell, UK – Medway Centre:
25 May – Krefeld, Germany – Kulturfabrik:
27 May – Silverstones, UK – Under the Apple Tree Festival:
29 May – Bristol, UK – The Lantern:
01 June – London, UK – The Borderline:




1. Something to Get Through
2. FM Radio
3. Empty Plane
4. Emerald
5. Slippery Slope
6. Here Tonight
7. Girl of the World
8. Mad River
9. Weight of the World
10. Johnny Appleseed
11. New York is a Harbor



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Dar Williams Signs To Bread & Butter

Featuring collaborations with Jill Sobule, Richard Thompson, Jim Lauderdale, the Milk Carton Kids, the Hooters, Lucy Wainwright Roche 


Dar Williams to release her brand new album “EMERALD” on Bread and Butter Music May 18th 2015 and tour with dates in UK, Ireland and Germany



Dar Williams’s growth as an individual over her two-decade career has gone hand-in-hand with her evolution as an artist. This is perhaps best typified by the release of “Emerald,” a timely and brilliant album of new songs and collaborations with friends such as Jill Sobule, Richard Thompson, Jim Lauderdale, the Milk Carton Kids, the Hooters, Lucy Wainwright Roche and her mother Suzzy Roche and others. It marks her debut with the UK label, Bread and Butter (Essential) and is a sparkling collection of new original material, inspired collaborations and some surprising covers such as B.A.D.’s “Johnny Appleseed” making this album one of her best yet.


Raised in Chappaqua, N.Y., Williams spent 10 years living in the thriving artistic community of Northampton, Mass., where she began to make the rounds on the coffeehouse circuit. Joan Baez, an early fan of her music, took Williams out on the road and recorded several of her songs. The rest is history. Williams most recently released a live recording celebrating the 20th Anniversary of her legendary album, “The Honesty Room.”


In addition to being a touring artist, Williams is an author, teaches a course at Wesleyan University, and conducts annual song writing seminars. Williams devotes much of her time to environmental issues and causes, and has created “Give Bees A Camp” which combines concerts and the planting of bee-friendly gardens for young campers.



1. Something to Get Through
2. FM Radio
3. Empty Plane
4. Emerald
5. Slippery Slope
6. Here Tonight
7. Girl of the World
8. Mad River
9. Weight of the World
10. Johnny Appleseed
11. New York is a Harbor


Something to Get Through    
Dar Williams – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Josh Kaler – Drums, Bass, Guitars, Lap Steel, Keys
Courtney Jaye – Harmony Vocal
Tom Whall – Harmony Vocal

FM Radio       
Dar Williams- acoustic guitar, vocals
Aaron Sterling- drums
Jonny Polonsky- electric guitars
Jill Sobule- vocals, electric guitar
Olivia Wood- backing vocals
Vanessa Wood- backing vocals

Empty Plane      
Trevor Gordon Hall (guitars)
Stance Mason (Bass)
Jeff Haynes(Wave Drum,Percussion)
Rob Scheps Sax

Richard Thompson (Guitar)
Stance Mason (Bass)

Slippery Slope
Dave Jacques (bass)
Here Tonight     
Dar Williams – Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Josh Kaler – Drums, Bass, Guitars, Keys
Angel Snow – Harmony Vocal
Girl of the World 
Heidi Breyer (Piano)
Eugene Freisen (Cello)
Stance Mason (Acoustic Bass Guitar)
Jeff Haynes (Frame Drum)
Will Ackeman Guitar
 Mad River     
Dar Williams- acoustic guitar, vocals
Aaron Sterling- drums
Jonny Polonsky- electric guitars
Kenneth Pattengale- backing vocals
Joey Ryan- backing vocals
Chick Wolverton- percussion
Weight of the World     
Dar Williams Lead vocal
Suzzy Roche vocals
Lucy Wainwright Roche vocals
David Mansfield guitar/violin/viola
Marry Wooten cello

Johnny Appleseed         

New York is a Harbor     
Dar Williams Lead Vocal
Bryn Roberts Piano


 Listen “Emerald” here:

UK Tour  
with Lucy Wainwright Roche


21st May – Birmingham The Glee Club

b/o 0871 472 0400


23rd May – Belfast Errigle Inn



24th May – Dublin The Workmans Club

26th May – London The Jazz Cafe

b/o 0844 847 2514

28th May – Liverpool Arts Club

29th May – Otley Korks

b/o 0113 245 5570

30th May – Germany, Krefeld Kulturfabrik  (nr Dusseldorf)


1st June – Brighton Komedia

b/o 0845 293 8480


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