Mike Ross Announces UK dates before hitting Spain and Portugal

22 September 2021

Roots rock, blues, and Americana tour-de-force Mike Ross has announced a six-date tour, with the first date in Brighton on 29 September. He will also play the Leek Blues and Americana Festival before heading to Spain and Portugal for twelve dates.

“Man, I absolutely can’t WAIT to get back on the road in the UK and Europe,” Mike says, “putting in the miles reconnecting with fans out there playing songs from The Tennessee Transition and my other albums.”

The new album release, The Clovis Limit Tennessee Transition, is a companion work to the Clovis Limit duology. Tennessee Transition features solo arrangements of songs from The Clovis Limit Parts One and Two, along with a smattering of frighteningly authentic Delta blues via covers of Charlie Patton and Bukka White classics.

All venues have been carefully cherry-picked to minimise the risk of last-minute cancellations. And additional run of French and Benelux shows will be announced soon.

29sep8:00 pmMike Ross, BrightonThe Greys

30sep8:00 pmMike Ross, SunderlandSpeakeasy

01oct8:00 pmMike Ross, LiverpoolKelly's Dispensary

03oct8:00 pmMike Ross, SheffieldHoney Bee Blues Club

05oct8:00 pmMike Ross, LondonAin't Nothin But The Blues Bar, Soho

09oct8:00 pmMike Ross, LoughboroughThe Cask Bah

12oct8:00 pmMike Ross, BroadstairsWrotham Arms

Spain/Portugal

Wed 13 October, BILBAO
Thu 14 October, MADRID
Fri 15 October, ZARAGOZA
Sat 16 October, VALLADOLID (matinee)
Sat 16 October,CHAVES PORTUGAL (Eve)
Sun 17 October,ALLARIZ
Tue 19 October,MALIAÑO
Wed 20 October,OVIEDO
Thu 21 October, LEÓN
Fri 22 October,LUGO
Sat 23 October,SANDIAS
Sun 24 October, OURENSE

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