Billy Bragg is a British folk punk rock singer and guitarist from Essex, England, best known for tracks such as A New England, which became a Top 10 hit for Kirsty MacColl in 1983.
Starting his music career in 1977, he released his debut album, ‘Life's a Riot with Spy Vs Spy’, in 1983. He has released over 10 albums, including ‘Brewing Up with Billy Bragg’, released in 1984, which hit #16 in the UK Albums Chart, and ‘Don't Try This at Home’, which came out in 1991, and featured the Top 40 single, Sexuality. He released his latest album, ‘Shine a Light: Field Recordings from the Great American Railroad’, a collaboration with Joe Henry, in September 2016.
Billy Bragg is set to perform with Nadine Shah at WMC as part of Cardiff's Festival of Voice this summer, where they'll discuss and perform songs of protest for an evening. Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.