Hurray for the Riff Raff – January + March UK Dates

Hurray for the Riff Raff will be playing dates in January and March in the UK in support of their forthcoming album release, The Navigator will feature a dozen original songs, is out on ATO on the 10th of March and is available to pre-order now at PledgeMusic, iTunes and Amazon, here’s a taster.

Tour dates:
January 18 – London UK – Sebright Arms
January 19 – Newcastle UK – Cluny 2
January 20 – Glasgow UK – Celtic Connections at Drygate
January 21- Bristol UK – The Lantern
March 20 – Leeds – Brudenell
March 21 – Manchester UK – Deaf Institute
March 22 – London UK – The Dome
March 23 – Winchester UK – The Railway Inn
March 25 – Brighton UK – Sticky Mikes

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Hurray for the Riff Raff – UK Dates

Hurray for the Riff Raff will perform a string of UK shows this summer. Led by Alynda Segarra, Hurray For The Riff Raff is a dynamic part of the progressive folk scene. With songs including ‘The Body Electric’ and ‘I Know It’s Wrong (But That’s Alright)’ from their latest LP ‘Small Town Heroes’, the band is speaking out on behalf of women, LGBTQ and civil rights-minded communities. They do this not only with their music, but also with activism campaigns like ‘Women Are Powerful and Dangerous’ that have contributed to the Third Wave Fund and The Radical Monarchs.

A Puerto Rican girl from the Bronx, Segarra has also begun the process of recording a new record with producer Paul Butler (Michael Kiwanuka, Devandra Banhart). “This next album is inspired by city life and all that it takes to survive: not just to eat and breathe but to survive culturally and spiritually,” Segarra explained. “I have been very inspired by the 70’s salsa scene of Fania Records and the Nuyorican poetry scene in the Lower East Side. I am excited about what is ahead and can’t wait to share it.” The album is currently scheduled for release early next year.

Tues 28th June – Cardiff – The Globe
Weds 29th June – Birmingham – The Rainbow
Mon 4th July – Leicester – The Musician
Tues 5th July – Norwich – Arts Centre
Weds 6th July – Leeds – Brudenell Club

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KITHFOLK Issue 2, Summer 2014

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We’re very excited to announce the release of KITHFOLK Issue 2, Summer 2014! This new issue of our digital quarterly roots music magazine is chock-full of fresh content, from interviews with major artists to exclusive audio tracks, original graphic design, features and reviews on the hottest roots music out now, and music that hasn’t even made it over the ocean yet.

KITHFOLK ISSUE 2, SUMMER 2014
kithfolk.creatavist.com/issue2spring2014
This is a full-size magazine with over 20 articles, all created to showcase the best roots music around the globe. KITHFOLK is available online and also for iPhones and iPads (and tablets) via the Creatavist App (download the app and search for “KITHFOLK).

KITHFOLK ISSUE 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS
Scott H. Biram
Layla McCalla
Flaco Jimenez & Max Baca
NW Roots: Timberbound
Inside Llewyn Davis
A Quieter Riot
Jessee Havey of The Duhks
Lynched
Mélisande
Hurray for the Riff Raff
Travelogue: Cajun Music in China
Roots Music Duets
Twin Forks
Nickel Creek
I Am the Center
Marius Barbeau
Kris Drever
The Okee Dokee Brothers
Zoe Muth
Groupa
Galician Music 101
Pass It On: The Mizell Brothers
New Roots Voices
Hearthbeat
Short Album Reviews

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