Blues vocalist Sari Schorr is back in the studio this week to record the follow-up album to her critically acclaimed debut album “A Force of Nature”. Before embarking on her UK tour on Wednesday 15th March, Sari is currently recording her new studio album in Bath.

 

Sari Schorr initially gained prominence throughout the blues world after several years of touring the US and Europe with Blues legend Joe Louis Walker and renowned guitarist Popa Chubby.  She was recently inducted into the New York Blues Hall of Fame and has received critical acclaim for her blustery vocals and emotionally-charged performances. Sari is described by many blues pundits as a modern-day hybrid of Janis Joplin and Tina Turner – a red-hot blues mama who radiates emotional intensity, connects with and inspires her audiences, and leaves a lasting impression that’s larger than life.

 

Sari’s band features guitarist Innes Sibun (Robert Plant), keyboardist Anders Olinder (Peter Gabriel, Glenn Hughes, PP Arnold), bassist Kevin Jeffries (Mike Oldfield, Roger Taylor, Steve Harley) and Kevin O’Rourke (drums).

 

“Her vocal range and delivery holds your attention right from the start, casting a spell over the audience. It’s incredible to witness.” – Blues Matters

 

SARI SCHORR & THE ENGINE ROOM – 2017 UK TOUR DATES

 

Tickets via – http://bandsintown.com/SariSchorr

 

Bar Brunel, Bridgewater, Somerset                         Wednesday 15 March

Colston Hall, Bristol Jazz & Blues Festival            Thursday 16 March

Crawdaddy Club, Essex                                                 Friday 17 March

Rockabella Blues Club, Frome, Somerset             Saturday 18 March

The Borderline, London                                                Monday 20 March

Fibbers, York                                                                     Thursday 23 March

Scarborough Blues Festival                                         Friday 24 March

Drummond’s, Aberdeen                                              Saturday 25 March

Cottiers, Glasgow                                                            Sunday 26 March

Talking Heads, Southampton                                     Wednesday 4 April

The Stables, Milton Keynes                                        Wednesday 12 April

Huntingdon Hall, Worcester                                      Thursday 13 April 7

Atkinson, Southport                                                       Saturday 15 April

The Hawth, Crawley                                                       Sunday 16 April 2

Keighley Blues Festival                                                 Friday 19 May

Redcar R&B Club, Cleveland                                       Saturday 20 May

Beaverwood, Chislehurst                                            Thursday 23 May

Flowerpot, Derby                                                            Thursday 25 May

Ropetackle Arts Centre, Shoreham                         Friday 26 May

West End Centre, Aldershot                                       Saturday 27 May

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