Irish country-pop artist Nathan Carter is coming to Leeds with his band on 1 February as part of his UK tour, which celebrates his new album Irish Heartland.
Nathan’s sensational live show sees him as one of the UK’s most prolific touring artists, and this time he’s supported by Claudia Buckley, recognised as very much a rising star in her own right. The tour is already under way, having started on 29 January, and will continue until 28 November.
Nathan has headlined shows at 3Arena Dublin and SSE Arena Belfast, appeared for the Pope at Croke Park, performed on his own show for BBC Ulster on St Patrick’s Day and has written his autobiography Born for the Road: My Story So Far.
With his background of growing up in a house where Country and Western music filled the air, Nathan cut his musical teeth on Johnny Cash, Don Williams and Dolly Parton. From the age of 4, he was learning to play guitar, piano and accordion, all of which feature in his live shows. He was Head Chorister in the Liverpool Boys’ Choir and toured the world with them.
Listen to Nathan’s NEW SINGLE ‘MAY THE ROAD RISE’ here.The track features legendary Irish folk group The High Kings and was written by manager John Farry and himself to ring in the new decade. Nathan describes the track as “an uplifting, high-energy song about good fortune, well-wishes and friendship”.
For tickets, visit venue box offices or here.
Jan 30th – Swindon Wyvern Theatre
Jan 31st – Cannock Prince of Wales Theatre
Feb 1st – Leeds Irish Centre
Feb 2nd – Carlisle Sands Centre
Feb 6th – Bury St Edmunds the Apex
Feb 7th – Peterborough New Theatre
Feb 8th – Clacton-On-Sea West Cliff Theatre
Feb 9th – Hunstanton Princess Theatre
Feb 13th – New Brighton Floral Pavilion
Feb 14th – Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Feb 15th – Purfleet Circus Tavern*
Feb 16th – Christchurch Regent Centre
April 15th – Stirling Albert Halls
April 16th – Motherwell Concert Hall
April 18th – Lerwick Clickimin Leisure Complex
April 23rd – Perth Concert Hall
April 24 & 25th – Aberdeen Music Hall
April 26th – Kilmarnock Grand Hall
Oct 2nd – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall*
Oct 28, 29, 30 & 31st – Inverness Eden Court*
Nov 28 – London o2 Shepherds Bush Empire*
*Claudia Buckley not supporting on these dates