Joanne Shaw Taylor is a British blues guitarist and singer-songwriter from Birmingham. She started her music career in 2002, after being discovered at the age of 16 by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics, who invited her to perform with supergroup D.U.P.
Earning a deal with Ruf Records, she released her debut album, ‘White Sugar’, in 2009, followed by ‘Diamonds in the Dirt’, in 2010, ‘Almost Always Never’ in 2012, ‘Songs from the Road’ in 2013 and ‘The Dirty Truth’ in 2014. She released her latest album,’Wild’, in September 2016.
She has headlined her own shows and tours across the UK, including performing with Annie Lennox at the Diamond Jubilee Concert in London and has supported Foreigner too!
After touring the UK in October 2018, Joanne Shaw Taylor has announced a series of UK dates in spring 2019 to accompany the release of her sixth studio album, 'Reckless Heart', due on February 8. Catch her live by checking out the tour dates and ticket information below on Stereoboard.
As an old performer(drummer/vocalist for 9 years in the 60's) I more than appreciated the unique talent that is Joanne Shaw Taylor, as I am new to "discover" her, so it was all a pleasure to participate in. I also bought the WILD cd, which is terrific. I did notice the inclusion of backing singers gave the cd a more complete sound. Looking forward to her in 2018.