Profile: Albert Jones. Performing Thursday 23rd May Shroppie Fly 9pm
Albert Jones

Albert returns to Audlem with his band, one year after the release of his debut album 'Come Alive'. The album has been supported by BBC Radio 2 (Dermot O'Leary), BBC 6 Music (Tom Robinson) and received countless plays on local radio across the UK, no mean feat for a fully independent artist.

"The velvet tones of Albert Jones" -- Tom Robinson BBC 6 Music
Recent support slots for superb acts like Seth Lakeman and Scott Matthews have further bolstered his live reputation.
While his origins lie in folk and acoustic music, the sound has gradually evolved. Albert is a performer who most strongly refuses to be defined by a genre, leaping from one spot to another stylistically, all the while following his increasingly prolific muse.

Expect finger style guitar playing in the vein of Lindsay Buckingham, songwriting laced with catchy hooks, and a strong clear voice delivering the lyrical goods.

"hushed vocals and lazy, twinkling guitar lines weave together to create a little capsule of happiness." -- Max Pilley -- Fresh On The Net

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