By Erik De’Viking, Rock At Night London
Click on the link above to hear the audio interview
Rock At Night caught up with blues artist Laurence Jones, who will soon be embarking on his UK November/December tour from Norwich on November 22nd. Jones just released his self-titled album Laurence Jones Band on September 27th to rave reviews, including a review by Rock At Night, which described it as “one of those “feel good” albums.”
In this interview, Jones discusses his early years as a teen blues guitar prodigy; his growth as an artist the last five years; the evolution of the Laurence Jones Band; and the making of the new self-titled Laurence Jones Band album.
You can listen to the audio interview in iTunes HERE.
ABOUT LAURENCE JONES
Introduced into the “Hall of fame” in the “British Blues Awards” for winning “Young Artist Of The Year 2014,2015 & 2016”. Voted “Best European Guitarist” in the “European Music Awards”
Laurence is often labelled as “the future of the blues.”He’s won several major awards and accolades andhas sold over50,000 albums across four albums. He’s supported the likes of Status Quo, Gary Clark Jr, Glenn Hughes,Kenny Wayne Shepherd, James Bay, Van Morrison, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, Joe Bonamassa,Jools Holland, Eric Burdon,and many more
The Laurence Jones Band is comprised of Laurence Jones(vocals and guitar), Phil Wilson(drums), Bennett Holland(keyboard) and Greg Smith (bass).
DISCOGRAPHY: Laurence Jones Band (2019), The Truth (2018),Take Me High (2016), What’s It Gonna Be (2015),Temptation(2014), Blues Caravan (2014), Thunder In The Sky (2012)
Rock At Night’s theme song is “Get On Down If You Feel Up To It” by Billy “Bass” Alford
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