Gregory Porter and his band will visit the UK during the spring of 2020 for an arena tour. The Grammy Award-winning jazz artist will perform shows in Manchester, Cardiff, Leeds, Glasgow, Birmingham, Hull, London, Bournemouth and Brighton during the tour.
Currently in the midst of a UK arena tour, Michael Bublé has already announced plans for a further UK tour during the summer of 2020. The Canadian superstar has lined up a series of outdoor shows at stately homes, castles and cricket grounds in July and August 2020.
B.B. King is a legendary American guitarist and singer-songwriter, who is often referred to as 'The King of Blues'. When playing Lucille, his trademark Gibson electric guitar, B.B. King has developed an unmistakable style, which has led to him being hailed as one of the greatest guitarists of all time.
Chris Rea is one of the UK’s foremost singer-songwriters. The gravel-voiced blues performer is perhaps best known for his two UK number one albums - The Road to Hell and Auberge - recorded in the late 80s and early 90s.
Eric Clapton CBE is one of the world's most influential musicians. With his musical roots deeply seated in blues, Clapton is credited with the creation of innovative musical styles such as psychadelic rock and blues rock.
Joan Armatrading is a highly influential British singer, songwriter and guitarist. During almost 40 years in the music business Joan Armatrading has earned herself a reputation as being a masterful performer, with distinctive vocals and consummate musicianship.
Joe Bonamassa returns to the UK for seven concerts in March 2018. The celebrated blues-rock musician and singer-songwriter will play shows in Cardiff, Manchester, Carlisle, Aberdeen, Gateshead, Birmingham and Brighton during the tour.
Jools Holland was one of the founder members of the band Squeeze, with who he played keyboards until 1981. Jools has released more than twenty albums since 1978 including Tom Jones and Jools Holland, World of His Own and Beatroute. Jools has had his own television show, Later... with Jools Holland, since 1992 and hosts his annual Hootenanny.
Since breaking into the mainstream in 2003 with The Closest Thing To Crazy, Katie Melua has continued to produce stunning and haunting songs. The album, Call Off The Search, includes a single written about the late Eva Cassidy called Faraway Voice which Katie herself wrote. Katie's fourth album, released in 2010 and entitled The House, has tracks on it written by well-known songwriters and was produced by William Orbit.
Carlos Santana has been performing his unique style of Latin Rock since 1967. As a band, SANTANA has collected 8 Grammy Awards and 3 Latin Grammy Awards. Carlos has also received 2 Grammy Awards as a solo artist. The band has released more than thirty albums and sold more than 100 million records!
Seasick Steve will bring his Can U Cook Tour to the UK in the autumn of 2018. The American blues musician will play a series of shows across the country during November in support of his new album.
Tom Jones, or 'The Voice' as he is often called, is one of the world's most successful recording artists. From humble beginnings in South Wales, Tom Jones rose to the very top of the showbiz tree.
Tony Bennett is an American 'crooner' born in 1926. To date, he has won seventeen Grammy Awards as well as two Emmy Awards. Tony has been performing professionally for some sixty years and has released more than seventy albums, including I Left My Heart In San Fransisco and Duets: An American Classic.