Carter Sampson Announces Run Of April/May Dates In UK & Eire





Oklahoma’s Carter Sampson returns to the UK in April and May for a short run of dates that include two shows at the much-loved Kilkenny Roots Festival.

Sampson’s latest album ‘Wilder Side’ has been picking up wonderful reviews in the press and picking up plays on national radio. Bob Harris at Radio 2 described the album as ‘impeccable’, Maverick raved with a 5***** review, while she has picked up plays and sessions on BBC Ulster, BBC London, BBC Scotland, Resonance FM and all the major roots shows.

APRIL
29th – Kilkenny Roots Festival
30th – Kilkenny Roots Festival
MAY
May 1st – Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh
May 3rd – The Admiral, Glasgow
May 5th – The Hut, Corby
May 6th – Little Rabbit Barn, Chelmsford (House Concert)
May 10th – The Musician, Leicest
May 11th – Union @The Con Club, Lewes
May 12th – The Forge, Anvil Arts Centre, Basingstoke
May 13th – Hoodoos, Croydon

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Kilkenny Roots Festival 2017


The much-loved Kilkenny Roots Festival celebrates its twentieth year from 28th April to May 1st, 2017 with a stellar line-up including country-noir favourites The Handsome Family, alt.country rockers Marah and the celebrated singer-songwriter Joan Shelley and Holly Macve

Also confirmed for 2017 are the legendary songwriter Chip Taylor, rising country singer-songwriter Andrew Combs, acclaimed Belfast-based band Arborist, and Yolo Carter, who is making giant strides both in the UK and the US with her brand of country soul.

Los Angeles’ The Americans make their European debut, so too emerging country gospel star Paul Cauthen, the ‘Queen Of Oklahoma’ Carter Sampson, Ireland’s own David Kitt and Western Centuries, a straight-ahead country band featuring Jim Miller (Donna The Buffalo) and Cahalen Morrison.

Scattered around a number of venues in the beautiful historical city of Kilkenny, situated an hour south of Dublin, the Kilkenny Roots Festival has been a staple on the roots circuit for a number of years and has attracted a loyal, hardcore following that makes the festival one of the ‘must attend’ events and most enjoyable on the calendar. Alongside the ticketed events there is a free Music Trail that gives the chance to a number of local bands to perform across the four days of the festival.

Tickets for the individual shows are available now here or in person from Rollercoaster Records in Kilkenny.