Trapeze, Deep Purple, Hughes/Thrall and Black Country Communion man, Glenn Hughes has UK tour dates this month and February after the release of this cracking new album called 'Resonate'
Special guests on all UK shows will be rockers, Stone Broken.
Monday 23 Jan The Robin 2, Bilston
Tuesday 24 Jan The Garage, Glasgow
Thursday 26 Jan Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Friday 27 Jan O2 Academy 2, Manchester
Sunday 29 Jan Sub 89, Reading
Monday 30 Jan The Junction, Cambridge
Wednesdy 1 Feb The Church, Leeds
Thusday 2 Feb The Fleece, Bristol
Signed to Loose Music in Europe, Courtney's album 'Honest Life' was released in the U.S. last year. It appears in the U.K. on 20th January and if you like Emmylou Harris, Gillian Welch or Caitlin Rose, (yes, we are talking that league) then head down to you local record store on 'New Music Friday'
A voice as pure as freshly fallen snow, the ten songs on the album just seep into your concisous and take you to a place of happy contentment.
Have a listen to 'Put The Fire Out'
Ye Vagabonds are brothers Diarmuid and Brían MacGloinn, originally from Carlow, now living in Dublin. 2017 should see the release of their debut album and we expect great things from them.
So far they have released a mini album, "Rose & Briar", and they are playing all the time, from pub sessions to their own shows to tours supporting Glen Hansard and Lisa Hannigan. Filmmaker Myles O'Reilly has directed a number of wonderful videos featuring the brothers.
Darlingside hail from Boston, MA and combine Americana and folk with added strings to marvellous effect. They were the hit of last year's Cambridge Folk festival and with the release of their album 'Birds Say' plus, a winter tour of the UK in February (with some dates sold out), 2017 looks to be a great year for this fine band.