Son of Dave
Son of Dave, the one and only harmonica and beatbox blues maverick is back for another season. With the promise of a new album, Music For Cop Shows, on the way, Son of Dave have announced an extensive run of UK tour dates throughout November and December 2017.
Accompanying the release scheduled for the late-Autumn, this cheerful run of shows will see the bluesman and raconteur kick of proceedings at Bristol’s The Louisiana on Friday 3rd November, before subsequent stops across the country taking in Winchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Nottingham, Manchester, Brighton and more. A final homecoming appearance at London’s Borderline will bring the tour to a fitting end in December. See full dates and details below.
In addition, Son of Dave will take in shows in France and Germany shows through winter, before a 2018 jam-packed with work across three continents, as usual.
Son of Dave is fifty years old, and has lived for twenty-one years in the UK, hailing originally from Winnipeg Canada where he was steeped at a young age in the blues-bar tradition. His resumé is long, having had many other successes along the way. He plans to perform until his 80s at least, pointing out that there is no pension plan for Bluesmen, and that the whole live-fast-die-young game is for kids who can’t handle their booze.
Son of Dave comes to John Peel Centre on Friday 17th November and The Owl Sanctuary on Saturday 18th November 2017. For more information, visit: www.johnpeelcentre.com / www.theowlsanctuary.ticketabc.com