Laurence Jones Announces New Album & November 2016 UK Tour.

Blues rock guitarist and winner of ‘Young Artist Of The Year (2014 & 2015) at The British Blues Awards                       Laurence Jones has announced details of his fourth studio album ‘Take Me High’ which is released by Ruf Records on Friday 22nd July 2016. The album is produced by legendary producer Mike Vernon (Eric Clapton, Peter Green) and when asked about the recording sessions Laurence commented “It was a great feeling,”  “to know Mike wanted to make this record.”

Album Tracklisting

  1. Got No Place To Go
  2. Something’s Changed
  3. Live It Up
  4. Addicted To Your Love
  5. I Will
  6. Thinking About Tomorrow
  7. Take Me High
  8. Down & Blue
  9. The Price I Pay
  10. Higher Ground

The album features Roger Inniss (Bass), Phil Wilson (Drums) and keyboardist/Hammond Organist Bob Fridzema (member of the band King King).

Laurence Jones


In addition, Laurence has also confirmed a 13-date UK tour for November 2016 to support the release of the album with bandmates Roger Inniss (Bass) and Phil Wilson (Drums). The tour will stop at the following venues:

10th November 2016 – Komedia Brighton, Brighton, United Kingdom 

11th November 2016 – Arts Centre, Bridport, United Kingdom 

12th November 2016 – Ilfracombe Blues Festival, Ilfracombe, United Kingdom

13th November 2016 – The Tunnels, Bristol, United Kingdom 

15th November 2016 – 100 Club, London, United Kingdom 

16th November 2016 – Library Theatre, Darwen, United Kingdom

17th November 2016 – The Caves, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom

18th November 2016 – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom 

19th November 2016 – Hereford Blues Festival, Hereford, United Kingdom 

20th November 2016 – Mr Kyps, Poole, United Kingdom

23rd November 2016 – Stage One, Basingstoke, United Kingdom

24th November 2016 – Iron Road, Evesham, United Kingdom

25th November 2016 – Band On The Wall, Manchester, United Kingdom

For tickets and more information visit Laurence Jones’s official website here:

Glenn Sargeant

(Thanks to Golly for help with this announcement)