UK Country Gigs

2018 is looking good (if expensive!) Apart from the mammoth lineup of the C2C Festival in March, we’ll also be visited by country rockers Brothers Osborne, pop-country veteran Shania Twain, live wires Jess and the Bandits, upbeat duo High Valley, bluesy Tyler Childers, angelic Sarah Darling…

January

Songwriters Evening ft.Hannah Johnson, Robbie Cavanagh, and Izzie Walsh,Ags Connolly, Lars Pluto, and Mark J. Lee

Mandolin Orange – Brilliant modern bluegrass duo

UK Country Live ft.Darcy,  Jade Helliwell & Simon James

Hayes Carll – Hilarious songwriter

Tyler Childers – Raw and soulful Americana

Devin Dawson (29th Jan as part of Never Fade Session)

UK Americana Awards (31st Jane – 1st Feb)

February

UK Americana Awards (31st Jane – 1st Feb)

Jess and the Bandits – Energetic live band

The Wandering Hearts – Perfect Americana Harmonies

Will Hoge – Captivating storytelling songwriter.

Colter Wall – Canadian Singer-songwriter

March

C2C Country 2 Country festival’s epic lineup

High Valley – Catchy country duo

Sarah Darling – Serene folky tones

April

Phil Vassar – Great country songwriter and performer.

Nashville In Concert – Cast members with songs from the TV show and their own repertoires.

May

Brothers Osborne – Southern rocking duo.

June

Buckle and Boots Festival

July

Maverick Festival

August

TBC

September

Shania Twain – Pop country comeback queen

October

Shania Twain – wrapping up her Europpean tour.

November

TBC

December

TBC

 

Have we missed any? Let us know below. Or if your’e looking for likeminded gig-buddies, check out these two Meetup.com groups.

London & surrounds: Play That Country Music

Bristol & South West: Country Music & Americana

Maybe see you in the crowd!

CJ & Judi

7 thoughts on “UK Country Gigs

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  3. John

    hey, great site love it!

    Just one thing, striking matches are playing the union chapel on the 8th not dingwalls.

    @johnchappell99

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