Tuesday, September 20, 2022

Sean McConnell Announces Rescheduled 2022 European Dates, Starting October 15th

Following the release of his critically-acclaimed album, A Horrible Beautiful Dream last year, Nashville singer-songwriter Sean McConnell returns to the UK for eight rescheduled headline shows in October, with an additional date in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Limited tickets are on sale for all dates now.

'Alright, UK and Netherlands. I’m finally headed back your way in October and I couldn’t be more excited. I’ve been dreaming of this for two years. Let’s pick up where we left off shall we? Spread the word, grab your tickets, and I’ll see you very soon.'

Tour Dates

Sat., 13 October - Rozenknopje, Eindhoven, Netherlands

Mon., 17 October - The Louisiana | Bristol, United Kingdom

Tues., 18 October - The Courtyard Theatre | London, United Kingdom

Wed., 19 October - The Latest Music Bar | Brighton, United Kingdom

Fri., 21 October - The Listening Room | Thame, United Kingdom

Sun., 23 October - King Tut's | Glasgow, United Kingdom

Mon., 24 October - The Star & Garter | Manchester, United Kingdom

Wed., 26 October - Mill Hill Chapel | Leeds, United Kingdom

Thu., 27 October - The Globe | Newcastle, United Kingdom

A revered songwriter and producer, McConnell has written for Christina Aguilera, Plain White T's (“Wonders Of The Younger”), Michael Franti, Brett Young (including Young’s double-platinum hit “Mercy”), Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Brothers Osborne, Ashley Ray’s critically acclaimed (Stereogum's #8 Best Country Album of 2020, NPR's #26 Top Album of 2020) Pauline — which he co-wrote and produced — and more.

A Horrible Beautiful Dream, approaches the difficult task of asking questions of what one really thinks they know, in the simultaneous struggle of not being afraid of the answers that emerge. Musically, the project wraps McConnell’s rich voice in moments of dark intimacy as well as vivid brightness, and guests such as The Wood Brothers, Natalie Hemby, Audra Mae and Dan Tyminski underscore McConnell’s versatility as creative partner and commentator.

McConnell’s goal in the creation of the album was to reflect the chaotic time in which it was made, but still striving for timelessness. 'You can look at the suffering of the world and you can look at the beauty of the world and you can hold them in your hands and just be present with that and not have to even understand it,' he says.


More information on Sean and his tour can be found on his website.

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