Kelsey Waldon makes her live debut in the UK in February with much anticipated dates as follows:
Feb. 3 – Omeara – London – supporting Ian Noe
Feb. 6 – Slaughtered Lamb – London – headline show
Feb. 7 – The Crofters Rights – Bristol – supporting Sean McConnell
Feb. 8 – The Poetry Club – Glasgow – supporting Sean McConnell
Feb. 9 – Limelight 2 – Belfast – supporting Sean McConnell
Feb. 11 – Whelan’s – Dublin – supporting Sean McConnell
Feb. 12 – Castle Hotel – Manchester – supporting Sean McConnell
Her new album, White Noise, White Lines (Oh Boy Records via Thirty Tigers) was released to widespread praise last October, including Americana Album of the Month in Uncut magazine and one of the country Albums of the Year in Classic Rock magazine. Waldon co-produced White Noise, White Lines with Dan Knobler.
Waldon is native of Monkey’s Eyebrow, Kentucky, who took an interest in singing, songwriting and playing guitar as a child. After moving to Nashville, she earned a college degree and cultivated a loyal following through two acclaimed albums and frequent touring across the U.S. That persistence paid off with a performance slots on the Grand Ole Opry and an invitation to open shows for John Prine in 2018. Waldon is the first artist signing to John Prine’s long-independent Oh Boy Records in 15 years.