Fabian Holland – ‘A Day Like Tomorrow’ Tour

Fabian Holland – ‘A Day Like Tomorrow’ Tour

Fabian Holland – ‘A Day Like Tomorrow’ Tour

As ‘Folk Radio UK’ put it ‘He’s not just good, he’s bloody good!”
Come and see for yourself on the ‘A Day Like Tomorrow’ Tour. Celebrating the release of Fabian’s highly anticipated second release of the same name on 27th April by Rooksmere Records.

With a mixture of solo and duo shows (with the multi-instrumentalist Fred Claridge), every performance promises to be a magical evening of musical dexterity and songwriting.

“Joining forces with Fred Claridge has been great because he has a very subtle style to his drumming which is complementary to the songs and guitar playing.”

 

14th April

Norwich

Bicycle Shop Café

www.thebicycleshopcafe.com

15th April

Harwich

Electric Palace Cinema

www.electricpalace.com

16th April

Stony Stratford

The Song Loft*

www.thesongloft.co.uk

17th April

Oxford

Folk Weekend Oxford

www.folkweekendoxford.co.uk

21st April

Northampton

Great Knight Folk Club

www.greatknightfolkclub.co.uk

23rd April

LONDON

Cecil Sharp House

www.cecilsharphouse.org

24th April

Telford

Meadow Folk Club

www.facebook.com/meadowfolkclub?fref=ts

25th April

Stroud

The Convent

www.theconvent.net

26th April

Leicester

The Musician

www.themusicianpub.co.uk

1st May

Worth Matravers

Square & Compass

www.squareandcompasspub.co.uk

* Supporting Lucy Ward

 

Lyrically evocative, sometimes moody and melancholic, Fabian Holland’s unadorned music has a flip side of songs of upbeat, wry humour but always acutely observed – songs of people and places, strangers and kin, human frailties and foibles – sensitive sonic snapshots producing perfect visual imagery, by turns unsettling and reassuring.

 

 

Fabian (28) grew up listening to blues artists like Sonny Boy Williamson and Muddy Waters and blues-imbued arrangements remain a trademark of his music. “Blues music and the musicians that played it have always fascinated me,” he says.

 

He started playing guitar aged just seven and later attended Guildford’s Academy of Contemporary Music being tutored by the late, great Eric Roche. Studying done he headed for Italy’s Abruzzo mountains in a red VW bus, spending four years busking, composing and honing his craft.

 

www.fabianholland.com

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