Tour update and new show at The Jazz Cafe

April 16, 2021

Tour update and new show at The Jazz Cafe

Tour Update

 

We are truly delighted to announce we will once again be gracing a stage to play some music for you all. Let's be honest the last year has been tough, as a band we have never missed or cancelled a show in over 20 years of playing together. That is until last year...

 

Due to the pandemic we cancelled and rescheduled the tour 3 times. We have spoken with our agent and we will be unable to reschedule a 4th time, this is due to uncertainty at the venues and huge demand from lots of well-deserving musicians. 

For anyone that bought a ticket you can claim a refund via the venue or the ticket merchant of the original purchase.

 

We have, however, been able to secure a show at London' Jazz cafe and we really hope to see as many of you there as possible. It's gonna be a cracker!

 

Much love 

 

Dan 






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