Have guitar, will travel. That’s been Glenn Tilbrook’s unwavering mantra in a musical career stretching back to the 1970s, and which shows no signs of dimming as he sets out on the road again for a string of solo shows throughout Autumn 2018.
Fresh from releasing The Knowledge with Squeeze to critical acclaim back in November, it’s the mixture of electric and acoustic solo gigs that are the focus of his attention, relishing the opportunity to get up close and personal with his legion of fans. Performing has always been his first love, and doing so away from the dynamic of his famous, much cherished – nay, adored – group keeps him fresh and engaged.
“It’s been a while since I’ve done solo gigs, and it will be great to have a lot of material to choose from, and to get a reaction. If the audience are with me for the ride it can be a lot of fun. They’ll hear some new stuff, some things they’ve loved from times gone by, a bit of everything. As long as I can mix it up and keep things fresh for myself it should be fresh for everyone else too.”
Supported by Charlie Austen
For more information about Charlie, please visit her website atwww.charlieaustenmusic.com/