Danny Bryant Announcing New Album Revelation Combined With Exciting Tour Dates

Danny Bryant Announcing New Album Revelation Combined With Exciting Tour Dates

Danny Bryant Announcing New Album Revelation Combined With Exciting Tour Dates

 

Danny Bryant Announcing New Album Revelation Combined With Exciting Tour Dates

RELEASED FRIDAY 20th APRIL 2018 – VIA JAZZHAUS RECORDS

AVAILABLE ON CD, DIGITAL DOWNLOAD AND 180 GRAM VINYL
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“When I began writing this album, I knew that it was going to be one of the toughest challenges of my career.” – Danny Bryant

Danny Bryant is pleased to announce his highly anticipated new studio album “Revelation.”  “Sister Decline”, the first track is taken from the new album, is now available as an instant grat track on iTunesAmazon and Spotify.

His fourth studio album to be produced by Richard Hammerton, following in the footsteps of 2015’s Blood Money and 2014’s Temperature Rising, the new albums is one of Danny’s most personal and emotional album of his career.

“When I began writing this album, I knew that it was going to be one of the toughest challenges of my career,” says Danny. “It wasn’t lack of material, it wasn’t a lack of desire, but I realised from the beginning that, if this record was to achieve the things I wanted it to say, I would have to go deep inside of myself with these songs and confront memories and emotions I didn’t really want to face.”

Danny Bryant Announcing New Album Revelation Combined With Exciting Tour Dates

 

MAY/JUNE 2018 UK TOUR *with special guest Steve Hill

Tickets:

The Robin 2, Bilston – Monday 7th May 2018
*with special guest Steve Hill
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

The Junction 2, Cambridge – Tuesday 8th May 2018
*with special guest Steve Hill
Ticket Price: £15.00 (+ booking fee) – 
Tickets

Islington O2 Academy 2, London – Wednesday 9th May 2018
*with special guest Steve Hill
Ticket Price: £18.00 – 
Tickets

The Tunnels, Aberdeen – Thursday 10th May 2018
Ticket Price: £15.00 – 
Tickets 

The Flowerpot, Derby – Friday 11th May 2018
*with special guest Steve Hill
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

The Citadel, St Helens – Saturday 12th May 2018
*with special guest Steve Hill
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

Tithe Barn, Bishops Cleeve – Sunday 13th May 2018
*with special guest Steve Hill
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

The Waterfront, Norwich – Thursday 7th June 2018
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

The Harlington, Fleet – Friday 8th June 2018
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

The Queens Hall, Narberth – Saturday 9th June 2018
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Ticket link

The Wharf, Tavistock – Sunday 10th June 2018
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

Whelan’s, Dublin -Tuesday 12th June 2018
Ticket Price: TBC – Tickets

The Empire, Belfast – Wednesday 13th June 2018
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

Oran Mor, Glasgow – Thursday 14th June 2018
Ticket Price: £15.00 – Tickets

Cleethorpes Blues Festival – Moon on the Water, Cleethorpes – Saturday 16th June 2018
Ticket Price: £23.00 – Tickets 

Stamford Blues Festival – Corn Exchange, Stamford – Sunday 17th June 2018
Ticket Price: £23.00 – Tickets 

 

 

Danny Bryant Announcing New Album Revelation Combined With Exciting Tour Dates

Dead Daisies 2018 World Tour 2018 in The UK

Dead Daisies 2018 World Tour 2018 in The UK

Dead Daisies 2018 World Tour 2018 in The UK

 

Dead Daisies 2018 World Tour 2018 in The UK – The Dead Daisies have announced tour dates for April-May 2018, to coincide with the release of their eagerly-anticipated 4th studio album. Kicking off the tour 2018 in the UK what a wonderful April – as John Corabi makes the announcement.

 

 

UK Dates – (With special guests THE TREATMENT & THE AMORETTES)

8th April 2018 – Glasgow, Garage Tickets

9th April 2018  – Bilston, Robin 2 Tickets

10th April 2018  – London, Koko Tickets

12th April 2018 – Manchester, Academy 2 Tickets

13th April 2018 – Nottingham, Rock City Tickets

14th April 2018 – Bristol, Academy Tickets

Tickets will be available from Thursday 21st December 2017. Get ‘em while you can!

Fans of this dynamic Australian-American rock supergroup, which pools impeccable pedigree rock talent, will be able to see the band making some serious noise at 6 dates and venues in the U.K. then 20 in Europe (details below). The mighty 26-performance run gets underway at Garage in Glasgow on 8th April 2018 and winds up in Madrid on 12th May. Further dates for Japan, South America, USA, Canada, as well as European Festivals will be announced very soon!

The Dead Daisies’ current line-up is comprised of singer John Corabi (Motley Crue, The Scream), lead guitarist Doug Aldrich (Whitesnake, Dio), rhythm guitarist David Lowy (Red Phoenix, Mink), bassist Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy, Whitesnake) and drummer Deen Castronovo (Journey, Bad English, Harline)

The band is currently in Nashville, with Marti Frederiksen at the helm, finishing their eagerly-anticipated 4th studio album, and are looking forward to getting back on the road and performing live once more.

“We are so excited to announce the first part of our World Tour for 2018!” the band proclaims with passion, “Having been in the studio for a few months it certainly feels great to rise up and get ready to do what we do best!  We really cannot wait to burn it down with you guys and get the spirit of rock to set us free! And we can finally stop bitching about not having any new songs to play!”

In the U.K. The Dead Daisies will be joined by The Treatment and The Amorettes as special guests, Meanwhile, on the European leg of the tour, the special guests will be German rockers The New Roses.

2018 will be The Year of The Daisies!

Dead Daisies 2018 World Tour 2018 in The UK

Dead Daisies 2018 World Tour 2018 in The UK

2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS…..

2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS…..

 

2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS…..

 

2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS….. that will have to wait a moment since there are four acts to listen to first. Tonight is the third UK Blues Challenges that decides the band that will be representing the UK at the International Blues Challenge in Memphis and The European Challenge in Denmark in 2017.  Tonight is the second time that the Challenge has been under the auspices of the UKBlues Federation and what a success tonight is, thanks to sponsorship from the award winning, crowd pleasing Upton Blues Festival and the support from The Robin 2, Bilston with superb sound, lighting and the support staff who ensured there was food, drinks and a welcome on the doors.

The running order tonight, Wille and The Bandits; Dove and Boweevil; Kaz Hawkins Band and Rebecca Downes, four acts that show the depth and diversity of blues across the UK in 2016. The bands were from across the country from Cornwall to Norfolk; Belfast to Birmingham and they knew how to play live in a way that would challenge the judges as to who had the winning combination of originality, vocal talent, musical interpretation and more. Without the judges there would have been no challenge, no winners so the Federation owe them a big thank you to Becky Tate, Kayla Brox, Peter Noble, Alex Butler, Oliver Carpenter, Mark Housley and Ruth Etheridge. The task we set them was a challenge in itself as every band was different with music that delighted the crowds. The judges listened hard, danced to the music enjoyed the Blues and after much thought, they marked each band and a winner was found. Before that, there were four bands to listen to and enjoy.

2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS…..With Ashwyn Smythe the chair of the Federation getting the evening underway as compare, the lights were shining and the crowds expectant as Wille and The Bandits opened the proceedings. The band have their own rocking interpretation of the blues. The sound is hearty, rooted in tradition with lap slide, guitar upright bass and drums that beats out a sound full of originality and confidence. This is blues stretched and reformed, with a selection from their new album, Steal out in January 2017 and old favourites including Gypsy Woman ensured the audience was engaged from the beginning and the audience showed their appreciation – what a start – had the night peaked too early?

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2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS…..Following on, we were treated to Dove and Boweevil. Lauren Dove floated as she blended roots, soul and the taste of the east as the beats and rhythms floated around the Robin 2. Opening with Lady Lavoo, from their current album This Life; a song that is full of swampy beats and the sound has a mystical dark sound suiting Laurens vocals and Mark ‘Boweevil’ Howes guitar. The five piece enthralled the audience though at times the vocals got lost among the instruments.

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2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS…..Third band of the night raised the energy levels as Kaz Hawkins twirled like a whirlwind across the stage. The energy was electric and the vocals spellbinding. Kaz, takes the lyrics, squeezing the emotions out so that the audience is drawn and captivated by the soulful blues.  The petticoats were swished the red gloves thrown into the audience, yet, if Kaz had stood perfectly still it would have been the voice that is full of charm and depths that hit your musical soul. The band are a trio of talent with the solid rhythm section providing the perfect platform and Nick McConkey’s guitar work is stunning. In the mix we heard the song dedicated to her daughter, Because I love You which one of my favourites. The audience cheered, clapped, stamped their feet as they showed their love to Kaz Hawkins’ take on the blues.

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2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS…..How to follow that with the energy levels were so high, emotions so stretched easy close the night with Rebecca Downes. With her trademark leopard skin coat she took up the microphone and sung the blues.  Rebecca belted out the vocals soaring above her band all eyes were focused on her she was charged with an electricity and glowing energetic fire. Again, the blues was threaded with rock, soul and jazz that gave Rebecca’s blues a depth of tone and interest she is a blues vocalist who delivers the music she loves and believes in.  The band once again played to Rebecca’s tonal strengths so the voice got hotter and the coat was discarded. Rebecca owned the stage and had the audience in her hand and purring with delight.

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As Rebecca Downes and her band left the stage and silence fell, what a night of live music four different and superb acts. All gave the blues a touch of difference shaping the music and delivering with energy and love. Now the scores were counted, the raffle drawn and we waited and discussed our favourites and who we thought the winner would be…

2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS….. 

2016 UK Blues Challenge The Winner IS…..The Judges verdict was Kaz Hawkins Band. They are now off to represent the UK at the 33rd International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee, which runs from 31st January to 4th February 2017 and at the 7th European Blues Challenge, which takes place in Horsens, Denmark on 6th, 7th & 8th April 2017.

 

Watch this space the date and venue of the 4th UK Blues challenge will be announced by the UK Blues Federation soon. Support the blues and check out the page www.ukbluesfederation.com

2016 UK Blues Challenge delights Bilston The Winner IS….. Once again congratulations to the winner Kaz Hawkins

The UK Blues Federation (UKBlues), is a pan-UK Federation that has been established to promote and support Blues in and from the United Kingdom in all its forms and styles.

We have created a not for profit federation of musicians, organisations, associations, groups, venues, companies, individuals and any other interested parties within the UK who already work to support, promote and encourage blues of all sorts within the UK, to work together to achieve UKBlues‘ aims.

Join HERE  today and help support The Blues throughout the U.K.