Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Sari Schorr & The Engine Room Spring Tour

Sari Schorr & The Engine Room follow the critical success of their debut album, A Force Of Nature, and tour dates last September with an extensive UK outing that will see them playing up and down the country from March through to May.

“We’re really looking forward to coming back to the UK to perform songs from the new album to our lovely British blues fans,” said Sari Schorr from the USA. “British blues audiences are the best – They’re passionate about their music.”

A Force of Nature features guest performances from guitarists Walter Trout and Oli Brown, alongside Engine Room mainstay

Innes Sibun, who previously played with Robert Plant, and joining him and Sari on tour, the rest of the band’s past CV is similarly impressive:  Anders Olinder  held the touring keyboard player role in Glenn Hughes’ band for many a year, alongside playing with Peter Gabriel and PP Arnold, bassist Kevin Jeffries  has played with Mike Oldfield, Roger Taylor, and Steve Harley) plus Kevin O’Rourke  on drums.

SARI SCHORR & THE ENGINE ROOM – 2017 UK TOUR DATES

 Bar Brunel, BridgewaterWednesday 15 March

Colston Hall, Bristol Jazz & Blues FestivalThursday 16 March

Crawdaddy Club, Essex Friday 17 March

Rockabella Blues Club, FromeSaturday 18 March

The Borderline, LondonMonday 20 March

Fibbers, YorkThursday 23 March

Scarborough Blues Festival: Friday 24 March

Drummond’s, AberdeenSaturday 25 March

Cottiers, GlasgowSunday 26 March

Talking Heads, SouthamptonWednesday 4 April

The Stables, Milton KeynesWednesday 12 April

Huntingdon Hall, WorcesterThursday 13 April 7

Atkinson, SouthportSaturday 15 April

The Hawth, CrawleySunday 16 April 2

Beaverwood, ChislehurstThursday 18 May

Keighley Blues FestivalFriday 19 May

Redcar R&B Club, ClevelandSaturday 20 May

Flowerpot, DerbyThursday 25 May

Ropetackle Arts Centre, ShorehamFriday 26 May

West End Centre, Aldershot: Saturday 27 May

Paul H Birch
RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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