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Ben Poole confirms new album “Time Has Come” and UK tour with Stevie Nimmo

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RossCelebrated blues rock guitarist and singer-songwriter, Ben Poole, will release his new album, Time Has Come via Manhaton Recordson Friday 1st April.  Produced by King King’s drummer, Wayne Proctor, the album dovetails Poole’s co-headline tour with Stevie Nimmo which starts February 4th.

Already, Ben has been dubbed “amazing” by Jeff Beck, “really great” by Gary Moore, “ferocious” by Guitarist Magazine and “one to watch” by The Blues Magazine.  Ben himself comments:

This album has a really nice overview of my style, covering everything from rock and blues to soul and pop, and even elements of funk and gospel. Artists we referenced frequently in the process were Robert Cray, Jonny Lang and John Mayer. I hope it’ll please the blues-rock guitar fans, but also have the depth and maturity to appeal to an audience beyond that.

Ben has moved fast since he burst out of the Brighton Institute of Modern Music onto the post-millennial scene. The new album captures the gritty velocity of his shows in a studio context. He continues:

There’s a rawness and edginess, but also a subtlety and intimacy. Wayne and I developed an amazing working relationship. Neither of us were afraid to throw countless ideas out there, and nothing was dismissed, no matter how crazy it might have sounded.

Ben Poole and Stevie Nimmo UK Tour:

  • Feb 04: Kendal Bootleggers Bar
  • Feb 05: York Fibbers
  • Feb 07: Leicester The Musician
  • Feb 11: London The Half Moon
  • Feb 12: Darlington The Forum Music Centre
  • Feb 13: Bingley Arts Centre
  • Feb 14: Worthing Southern Pier Pavilion
  • Mar 17: Shoreham-by-Sea Ropetackle Arts
  • Mar 18: Baron Upon Humber Ropery Hall
  • Mar 19: Durham Mickleton R’N’B
  • Mar 20: Kinross The Green Hotel
  • Mar 21: Oxford The Haven
  • Apr 29: Sutton Boom Boom Club
  • Apr 30: Selby Arts Centre
  • May 04: Newcastle The Cluny
  • May 05: Stirling The Tollbooth
  • May 06: Glasgow Oran Mor
  • May 07: Aberdeen Cafe Drummond
  • May 11: Cheltenham Vonnies
  • May 12: Chislehurst Beaverwood Club
  • May 13: Southampton Talking Heads
  • May 14: Hartlepool Supporters Club
  • May 19: Farnham The Maltings
  • May 20: Newbury Arlington Sports Centre
  • May 21: Derby The Flowerpot
  • May 22: Sheffield Greystones

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