The Bruce Springsteen-endorsed South African bluesman has been making waves since 1999’s Standing At The Station, and his seventh album, the Theo Crous-produced Dear Silence Thieves, is a real firecracker.” – Classic Rock Magazine
The critically acclaimed South African singer-songwriter and blues rock guitarist, Dan Patlansky, has added three more concerts to his upcoming UK tour that will coincide with the release of his new album “Dear Silence Thieves” – released in the UK on Monday April 27.
The album, voted #1 on Blues Rock Reviews’ Top 20 Blues Albums of 2014 poll, will also see Dan perform a special album launch showcase concert at London’s The Borderline, followed by three newly confirmed UK concerts – Sheffield Greystones (April 28), York Fibbers (April 30) and Poole’s Mr Kyps (May 7).
Tickets for the London Borderline, Sheffield Greystones and York Fibbers concerts are available from thegigcartel.com and 0844 478 0898. Dan will also co-headline a concert at Mr Kyps, in Poole, Dorset with Laurence Jones on May 7. Additional UK tour info: http://bit.ly/1wAwJca.
In February 2014, Patlansky was chosen to open for Bruce Springsteen to perform in front of 64.000 people at the FNB Stadium in Johannesburg as part of Springsteen’s High Hopes tour. Personally approved by Springsteen as support act, this was the biggest audience Patlansky had ever played to. Watch Dan being interviewed on kykNET TV.