Australian guitarist, singer-songwriter John Butler, announced rescheduled dates for his forthcoming European Tour. Initially planned for this summer, dates have moved to next year. If you haven’t heard about him, now is the best time to widen your musical horizons and put some new artists in your daily playlist.
A founder of Australia’s Jarrah Records, family man and proud skateboard aficionado, John Butler, remains an enigma. He is from everywhere and nowhere, an Australian/American, Everyman/Nowhere Man, and his music mixes rootedness and rootlessness, pain and celebration in an utterly beguiling way.
John Butler Trio released their semi-eponymous debut album, John Butler, back in 1998 independently and soon found local recognition. It wasn’t long before they were in the charts, and in 2004 they managed to top that success with third effort Sunrise Over the Sea. John Butler Trio’s latest album is 2018’s Home.
John Butler has performed headline shows and tours across the UK, Ireland, Europe, North America and Australia. His upcoming tour consists of 28 dates and goes from Italy through France, Switzerland, Belgium, Luxemburg and finishes in the UK. His only UK appearance on 15th May 2021 at Shepperd’s Bush Empire was previously scheduled on Saturday 6th June 2020 in the same venue. If you already have tickets, they will be still valid for the rescheduled date. Tickets prices starting from £32.25 and are available to buy via artist page https://johnbutlertrio.com/ and Ticketmaster.