Daniel Meade & The In Town Out Of Towners
The Blue Lamp, Aberdeen.
This event is for over 14s only - No refunds will be issued for under 14s.
Glasgow songwriter Daniel Meade cut his teeth in the pubs, clubs and venues of Glasgow from a young age.
He released his debut solo album, the self-recorded, 'kitchen-made' 'As Good As Bad Can Be’ in 2013 to critical acclaim in the UK.
Since then he has travelled far and wide, working with and sharing stages with acts such as Old Crow Medicine Show, The Proclaimers, Sturgill Simpson, Ocean Colour Scene, Pokey LaFarge, Willie Watson and Diana Jones.
In February 2014, Daniel was invited to Nashville by Morgan Jahnig of Old Crow after he heard As Good As Bad Can Beand viewed his BBC Session online. Jahnig was so impressed, he offered to engineer and produce a new album and proceeded to put a killer band together comprising some of Meade’s favourite musicians, including Cory Younts, Chance McCoy, Joshua Hedley, Chris Scruggs, and Morgan himself. Guest spots were filled by Diana Jones, Shelly Colvin andCritter from Old Crow.
The result was 'Keep Right Away', an exciting, diverse and self assured album that draws on the ghosts of all of his influences, from Hank Williams, Big Bill Broonzy, Kris Kristofferson and Jerry Lee Lewis through to the more contemporary throes of Old Crow Medicine Show and Justin Townes Earle.
In 2016 things continued to move on, with the release of album Let Me Off At The Bottom, his first studio album with The Flying Mules. It was met with kind reviews and lots more radio play. On the road it was another succesful and busy year, with the Sturgill Simpson show at Celtic Connections leading to yet another 5 date UK tour in support of the Grammy Winner in July.
NEW ALBUM 'WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME' is due for release on Button up records in may 2018.