Baxter Dury is an English indie pop and rock singer-songwriter and musician from Wingrave, Buckinghamshire. He is the son of Ian Dury, who rose to fame during the late 1970s in the punk and new wave era of rock music, and his leading role in The Blockheads.
Starting his music career in 2001, Ian Dury released his debut album, ‘Len Parrot's Memorial Lift’, in 2002, which was followed by ‘Floor Show’, in 2005, ‘Happy Soup’, in 2011, and ‘It's a Pleasure’, in 2014. His latest, 'Prince of Tears', dropped in October 2017, and was supported by extensive UK and European touring.
After a headline slot at Wychwood Festival in June, Dury will tour the UK again in November. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.