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TT logo-newThe Return Of John Fullbright

Plays 9 UK Shows This July

New Album ‘Songs’ Out July 21st

 

‘Throughout there is a world weariness and wisdom far beyond John Fullbright’s 25 years. 4*’ MOJO

Hot off the back of his biggest London show to date at the Islington Assembly Hall last night, John Fullbright has announced 9 further unmissable dates for July.

John is already confirmed to play festivals in July including Secret Garden Party on the 26th and to coincide with this, ‘he will be playing Manchester, Sheffield, Birghton and Leicester, places he could not get through on his mini jaunt in June.

John Fullbright plays:

July

Fri 18th                      GATESHEAD, SummerTyne Americana Festival

Sat 19th                    MANCHESTER, Ruby Lounge

Sun 20th                   SHEFFIELD, Greystones

Mon 21st                  BRIGHTON, Green Door

Tues 22nd                 LEICESTER, The Musician

Thu 24th                   GUILDFORD, St. Mary’s Church

Fri 25th                     WINCHESTER, The Railway

Sat 26th                    HUNTINGDON, Secret Garden Party

Sun 27th                   PERTH, Southern Fried Festival

Born in Woody Guthrie’s hometown of Okemah, Oklahoma, John Fullbright grew up surrounded by a rich musical heritage. He started playing the piano at 5 and learned to play guitar at the legendary Blue Door eventually supporting Joe Ely and Jimmy Webb.

His stunning debut LP ‘From the Ground Up’ – released in 2013-was a lyrically diverse, genre-spanning collection of memorable songs with staggering depth and promise and more than deserving of its Grammy nomination, up for the Americana award.

The press were unanimous in their praise for the LP with Uncut declaring “…The arrival of a major talent”, The Evening Standard calling John “A new all-American idol” and Sunday Times Culture saying he has “…a remarkable way with words”.

 

http://www.johnfullbrightmusic.com/

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