Jack Broadbent’s fifth album ‘Moonshine Blue’ was one of the best records of 2019. Stepping aside from the blues music that filled his previous albums, ‘Moonshine Blue’ ushered in a new era for the British singer songwriter. The album shared more in common with James Taylor than Elmore James, but had the potential to open up his talents to a whole new audience.
There were a couple of songs on the album where Jack’s blues influences could be found creeping in, not least of all on ‘If’, which has been chosen as his current single. To accompany the track, a new travelogue styled video has been shared to YouTube and its hazy Instagrammed images are the perfect accompaniment to a great track. You can check it out below.
As part of the ongoing promotion for ‘Moonshine Blue’, Jack heads back out on the road in May. He’ll be appearing at a run of dates supporting the legendary Peter Frampton before making an appearance at the Black Deer Festival.
24.05.20 EDINBURGH Usher Hall
26.05.20 NOTTINGHAM Theatre Royal Concert Hall
28.05.20 MANCHESTER O2 Apollo Manchester
29.05.20 CARDIFF St David’s Hall
31.05.20 LONDON Royal Albert Hall
09.06.20 PARIS L’Olympia Bruno Coquatrix
(all dates with Peter Frampton)
19.06.20 TUNBRIDGE WELLS Eridge Park
(Black Deer Festival)
Read a review of ‘Moonshine Blue’ here.