Robert Plant presents Saving Grace

Featuring Suzi Dian

Fri 29 Mar 2024 / 7:00pm Doors King George's Hall
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Following a triumphant sold-out November run, Robert Plant’s Saving Grace, the esteemed co-operative featuring Suzi Dian (vocals), Oli Jefferson (percussion), Tony Kelsey (mandolin, baritone, acoustic guitar), and Matt Worley (banjo, acoustic, baritone guitars, cuatro) have today announced their 2024 live return with a 10-date tour in March.

Plant continues to push boundaries and blow audiences away with Saving Grace. This tour promises to be a rare opportunity to witness the collective’s unique blend of folk, Americana, and blues.
Since forming in 2019, Saving Grace have received numerous acclaims for their live shows with Bob Harris describing it as ‘One of the best gigs I’ve seen in years’ and Toni Woodward, Americana UK providing a perfect summary: “…These five musicians have produced a supreme ninety minutes of music with considered interpretations of others’ compositions, ensuring they present an innovative exploration of the songs whilst maintaining their true essence. Furthermore, this odyssey has been undertaken in the spirit of appreciation, musicianship, and exultation: they truly are a band of joy!”.

Joining the tour as once again special guest will be singer, songwriter and musician Taylor McCall. The completely self-taught South Carolina native has so far garnered nearly 30 million plays to date with captivating tracks such as “Jericho Rose”, “Quartermaster” and “Waccamaw Drive”.

Reviews

“The overriding sense of enjoyment emanating around the hall tonight has been at the heart of the performance, with a strong sense of musical respect and camaraderie.”
Americana UK
‘…Their music was sublime, laid-back and bluesy with eastern and folk influences. Robert was in fine voice, Suzi’s vocals blended perfectly, as well as standing out!”’
Ultimate Classic Rock
‘….And herein lies part of what makes Saving Grace so special. It's the songs. In a word, they're great. They're great songs to start with, but this band takes them to new places….
Irish Examiner

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