Wilko Johnson’s brand new album ‘Blow Your Mind’ has been announced! This is Wilko’s first album of new material in 30 years and the follow up to the incredible ‘Going Back Home’.
The first 500 of these beauties come with a signed print.Check out the first track Marijuana here
For more details and to order your LP or CD, click on the links below:
Wilko will be appearing in conversation as part of the Spring programme of events at the magical Seamus Heaney Home Place in Northern Ireland on April 14th.
Wilko will discuss his acclaimed memoir ‘Don’t You Leave Me Here’ and much more besides. He will be interviewed by Zoë Howe, his co-author on ‘Looking Back At Me‘ and author of ‘Lee Brilleaux – Rock ‘n’ Roll Gentleman’. Expect a truly Feelgood evening!
For further details, check out the website!
Check out the ticket link for further information: http://www.theticketsellers.co.uk/tickets/wilko-johnson-tales-from-the-turntable/10045511
To be honest, we really don’t need much encouragement to look back on the fabulous night at the Royal Albert Hall in September with the band, Dr John Cooper Clarke and Eight Rounds Rapid, celebrating Wilko’s 70th birthday and 30 years of the Wilko Johnson Band, so here’s a nice review of the evening’s shenanigans courtesy of Rock Society:
We are thrilled to confirm that Wilko will be appearing at the upcoming City Roots festival – associated with Cambridge Folk Festival – to talk about his life in a special live interview at the Cambridge Union Society on 24th February 2018.
Check out the website for ticket details and also information on the rest of the line-up, which includes Tom Robinson and Rich Hall! The citywide festival, celebrating folk and roots,runs from 22nd February to 6th March and is not to be missed.
In the mood for a good old read? You’re in luck – there’s a top notch Wilko Johnson feature in the brand new issue of Guitar Interactive Magazine – out now! Wilko discusses five decades in music: