Steve Harley Acoustic Trio – November Tour makes time for ‘Timeless Flight’

STEVE HARLEY is back on the road with his Acoustic Trio line-up with nine dates confirmed for November 2016. This year sees the 40th anniversary of ‘Timeless Flight’, a collection that Steve has often said is his favourite of his albums, and much of the material will be explored again by the trio on this tour. Additionally, the setlist for these November shows will be full of familiar classics, from ‘Judy Teen’ to ‘Make Me Smile’, plus the latest single ‘Ordinary People’, via ‘Sebastian’ and many more favourite album tracks, there will be lots for the fans to interact with, as is always the way of a Steve Harley performance.

After a summer of outdoor shows with the full rock band, Steve is looking forward to this return to the more intimate UK concert halls. He will be accompanied on all dates on this tour by virtuoso players and long-standing Cockney Rebel members, James Lascelles (piano/percussion) and Barry Wickens (violin/guitar/mandolin).
There’s no better time to reacquaint yourself with one of our finest song-writing talents. Rod Stewart, who recorded Steve’s song ‘A Friend For Life’ on his latest Platinum-selling album, described the original Cockney Rebel as “One of the finest lyricists Britain has ever produced.” Don’t miss Steve Harley on this tour: all the hits you love – and a couple of his favourites too!


Tues 1st
The Stables, Wavenden

Weds 2nd
Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

Mon 7th
Apex, Bury St Edmunds

Sun 13th
Islington Assembly Hall, London

Fri 18th
Warehouse 23, Wakefield

Sat 19th
William Aston Hall, Wrexham

Mon 21st
Octagon, Yeovil

Thurs 24th
St George’s Hall, Liverpool

Mon 28th
The Robin 2, Bilston


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