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Brandy Clark announces The Art Of The Storyteller tour

Brandy Clark’s UK and Ireland tour dates are listed below.

The ten-time Grammy nominee Brandy Clark will bring her global The Art of the Storyteller Tour to the UK and Ireland this summer. One of her generation’s most respected and celebrated songwriters, Brandy’s songs have been recorded by Kacey Musgraves, Sheryl Crow, Leann Rimes and more. Earlier this year, she was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Song of the Year (‘A Beautiful Noise’, performed by Alicia Keys and Brandi Carlile) and Best American Roots Performance (for her own track ‘Same Devil’ featuring Brandi Carlile).

The Art of the Storyteller Tour is an intimate night of music and stories which will see Brandy play fan favourites and introduce new songs as she works on her upcoming fourth album. All three of her studio albums to date have been nominated for Best Country Album at the Grammys, and she won Song of the Year at the CMA Awards for ‘Follow Your Arrow’. Her most recent set, ‘Your Life Is A Record’, was subsequently released as a Deluxe Edition which included a collaboration with Lindsey Buckingham on ‘The Past Is The Past’.

Earning widespread acclaim across the States, Brandy has also been heralded by The Guardian, The Times and The Telegraph in the UK as well as by a wealth of country connoisseurs. Her previous visits to the UK have included a headline show at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, plus festival sets at C2C and Celtic Connections.

Brandy says, “I can’t wait to finally get back out on the road! We’re bringing The Art of the Storyteller Tour to y’all this year and I’m already counting down the days.”

Brandy Clark’s UK and Ireland tour dates are listed below. Please see her website for ticket information and a full list of all European shows. The tour features special guest Alex Hall.


26th – 28th – Leicestershire, The Long Road Festival

29th – Bristol, St. George’s

31st – London, indigo at The O2


1st – Manchester, RNCM Concert Hall

3rd – Dublin, Whelan’s

4th – Glasgow, Old Fruitmarket

6th – Sunderland, The Fire Station