PREVIEW: Emma Stevens announces her first ever headline tour 2

PREVIEW: Emma Stevens announces her first ever headline tour

Hot on the heels of her support slot with Jenn Bostic late last year, a series of UK shows that coincided with the release of her début album Enchanted, Emma Stevens (pictured here in December 2013 at York Fibbers) is now delighted to announce that she will be going back out on the road again in March and April of this year on 080awhat will be her very first ever headline tour. The aptly named Enchanted Tour 2014 will see Emma performing with her full live band on 13 dates which will stretch across the United Kingdom all the way from Guildford to Glasgow.

A most talented singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, and one who has already garnered national acclaim, Emma Stevens writes and plays what is quite wonderfully emotive folk music with more than a hint of pop thrown in just for very good measure. Playing with heart, humour and humility, she is a natural live performer. Looking ahead to her forthcoming tour she says:

“I’m so excited to announce my very own headline tour – “Enchanted”! It will be great to get on the road with my full band. I am really looking forward to seeing some familiar faces, and meeting some new ones too! ”

Enchanted Tour 2014:

March 2014:

26th        Cambridge    Portland Arms

28th        Guildford       Boileroom

April 2014:

1st          Sheffield       The Greystones

2nd         Wolverhampton Robin 2

3rd         York             Fibbers

4th         London         The Borderline

5th         Manchester   Sound Control

11th        Bristol           Louisiana

12th        Devon           South Devon Arts Centre

15th         Newcastle     Cluny

16th        Runcorn        The Brindley

17th        Nottingham   Maze

18th        Glasgow       Broadcast

19th         Liverpool       Zanzibar

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