Famed Cul de Sac founder and guitarist Glenn Jones will be back touring the UK, Ireland and mainland Europe throughout this November, playing tracks off his newest record 'My Garden State' which was released earlier this year via Thrill Jockey Records
Glenn Jones is a unique voice working in the decades-long tradition of American Primitivism. What sets him apart from the many devotees to this style is the combination of expressive playing and technical skill, most significantly his inventive use of alternate tunings and partial capos. As anyone knows who has seen him perform, Glenn is a remarkable storyteller, and his songs reflect that talent. The songs on Glenn's latest, My Garden State, are evocative and redolent, and serve as a testament to Glenn's talent for conveying a wide array of emotions, many times in one song, without saying a word.
Full tour dates are below:
GLENN JONES NOVEMBER EUROPEAN TOUR:
Friday November 8th Dublin, Ireland - Molloy & Dowling Basement
Saturday November 9th Cork, Ireland - Triskel Arts Centre
Sunday November 10th Clonakilty, Ireland - De Barras -
Tuesday November 12th London, UK - Cafe OTO -
Wednesday November 13th Bristol, UK - Cafe Kino -
Thursday November 14th Faversham, UK - St Marys Church -
Friday November 15th Manchester, UK - Islington Mill -
Saturday November 16th Glasgow, UK - The Glad Cafe -
Sunday November 7th Geneva, Switzerland - TBA
Monday November 18th Lyon, France - Sonic Lyon
Tuesday November 19th Dudingen, Switzerland - Bad Bonn
Wednesday November 20th Berlin, Germany - Monarch
Tuesday November 22nd Bergen, Norway - Landmark
Saturday November 23rd Munich, Germany - Radio Bavarias session event
Sunday November 24th Paris, France - Crypte de l'Eglise ND de la Croix
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