Watch a Little Piece of Elles Bailey Heaven

Celebrate International Women’s Day with the Third Single from Elles Bailey New Album

Elles Bailey releases her second album, A Road I Call Home – a beguiling blend of blues, and country fuelled Americana album today and is number 1 in the Amazon Blues bestsellers.

When writing ‘Little Piece Of Heaven’Elles worked with Dan Auerbach, the prolific writer, producer and frontman of The Black Keys.

“Memphis legend Bobby Wood was one of first guys I met when I touched down in Tennessee,” Elles remembers, “He took me under his wing and introduced me to so many folks in the Nashville Music Industry, one being Dan Auerbach.

The opportunity to work with Dan as well as Bobby on ‘Little Piece of Heaven’ was awesome as I love The Black Keys! Dan has such a talent for creating incredibly cool yet commercial songs. What’s more, working with both helped bring out another side to Elles Bailey that I am excited to share with my fans!”

TOUR DATES



March 8: Belfast, Enlar Delta Blues Club

March 9: Roscommon, Ireland, JJ Harlows

March 12: London, The Lexington

March 13: Birmingham, O2 Academy 3

March 15: Leek, Foxlowe Arts Centre

March 21: Bridgwater, Bar Brunel

March 22: Bristol, Jazz and Blues Festival

March 24: Southampton, 1865

March 29: Horsham, The Rec Rooms

March 30: Bath, Chapel Arts Centre



April 5th Torrington Plough Arts

April 25: Luxembourg Brassiere Wenze

April 26: Leverkusen, Topos, Germany

April 27: Die Halle, Germany

April 29: Mladá Boleslav, Škoda Auto Muzeum, CZ

April 30: Plzeň, Buena Vista Club, CZ



May 1: Opava, Klub Art, CZ

May 2: Boskovice, Zámecký Skleník, CZ

May 3: Ostrava, Komorní Klub, CZ

May 4: Přerov, Blues Nad Bečvou, CZ

May 10: Grimsby, Old Clee Social Club

May 11: Lincoln Blues Festival

May 23: Ropetackle Arts Centre special guest w/Jo Harman, Shoreham By Sea

May 24: Serbiton ExCellar

May 30: Hungerford, Arts for Hungerford



June 1: Bristol, Sodfest

June 14: Torquay, Boogaloo Blues In Torquay

June 15: Canterbury, Blues On The Farm,

July 21: Ramblin’ Man Fair, Blues Stage

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