Jesse Terry heads to the UK and Ireland for dates – Americana UK

Jesse Terry heads to the UK and Ireland for dates – Americana UK
Photo by Neilson Hubbard

Jesse Terry has announced a lengthy international tour which starts in Ireland at the end of this month. The series of shows promote his most recent album, ‘When we wander‘, which came out last year on Wander Recordings. On different dates, support comes from Robert Vincent, Emma Stevens, and Elaine Lennon. This, his seventh album, was recorded in 2019 in Nashville with producer Neilson Hubbard (Mary Gauthier, Glen Phillips) live in the studio, a first for his career.

I wanted to try that Jason Isbell, Chris Stapleton, Neil Young approach to live recording, prioritizing emotion and raw performances over perfection. I loved that experience... I don’t take a second of my career or my life for granted. I always continue to fight for it and to reach higher and strive to be a better artist and human being” said Jesse. As he sings in ‘Pretty Good Hand‘ from the new album: “I don’t know if I’ll ever ride in no fancy limousine, but…I got somebody who understands, And that’s a pretty good hand.

List of tour dates:

Ireland:

22/09 – Island Arts Centre, Lisburn
23/09 – The Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre, Armagh
25/09 – Sun Sea Church, Ballycotton

Scotland, with Elaine Lennon:

27/09 – Montrose Folk Club, Montrose
29/09 – The Woodside Hotel, Aberdour
30/09 – Rosehall Village Hall, The Drones
01/10 – Crail Community Hall, Crail
02/10 – Cumbernauld Theatre at Lanternhouse, Cumbernauld
03/10 – The Blue Lamp, Aberdeen

England, with Emma Stevens

05/10 – The Atkinson, Southport
06/10 – Kirkgate Arts, Cockermouth
07/10 – The Cluny, Newcastle Upon Tyne,
09/10 – Base Camp, Middlesbrough,
10/10 – Barnoldswick Music & Arts Centre, Barnoldswick
12/10 – Kitchen Garden Cafe, Birmingham,
13/10 – Chapel Arts Centre, Bath
14/10 – Swindon Arts Centre, Swindon
15/10 – St Edwards Church hall, Netley Abbey, Southampton
16/10 – Temperance, Leamington Spa
17/10 – Gullivers, Manchester
18/10 – The Brindley, Runcorn
19/10 – The Musician, Leicester
20/10 – Ropery Hall, Barton-upon-Humber
21/10 – The Star Inn, Guildford
23/10 – The Stables, Milton Keynes
25/10 – The Bedford, London,
26/10 – The Folklore Rooms, Quadrant pub, Brighton
28/10 – Penyston Palais, Maidenhead
29/10 – Penyston Palais, Maidenhead

You can buy tickets to the show on the artist’s website.

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