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UPCOMING TOUR DATES

02 August WICKHAM Wickham Festival TICKETS
06 October BATH Chapel Arts Centre TICKETS
18 October KINGSKERSWELL Parish Church TICKETS
21 October BRIGHTON The Greys TICKETS
22 October LEICESTER The Musician TICKETS
23 October BIRMINGHAM Kitchen Garden Cafe TICKETS
24 October BLACKBURN Darwen Library Theatre TICKETS
25 October SELBY Town Hall TICKETS
26 October OTLEY Courthouse TICKETS
27 October SOUTHAMPTON The Brook TICKETS
29 October LONDON Pizza Express Live Hollborn TICKETS
31 October MAIDSTONE Pizza Express Live Maidstone TICKETS
03 November SHREWSBURY Henry Tudor House TICKETS
04 November HAWICK Tower Mill TICKETS
05 November GLASGOW Oran Mor TICKETS
06 November SHEFFIELD The Greystones TICKETS
07 November NEWBURY Arlington Arts Centre TICKETS
14 February VERWOOD The Hub at Merryfield Theatre TICKETS
16 February SETTLE Victoria Hall TICKETS

Gordon Haskell

Gordon Haskell has often been described as a brilliant mix of Bill Withers and James Taylor with the feel of J.J Cale; but ultimately Haskell is a craftsman with his own unique style and presence, who has been consistently winning audiences with his warmth and golden voice for decades.

After 35 years of dedication to developing his craft of the singer-songwriter, Gordon Haskell finally broke through in 2001 with his hugely popular song ‘How Wonderful You Are’ reaching No. 2 in the UK chart and top chart positions right across Europe.

In 2002 his albums ‘Harry’s Bar’ and ‘Shadows on the Wall’ reached No. 2 and No 44 in the UK chart, and in the top 20 in Germany, France, Poland, Finland and the Netherlands. Both albums reached Gold status with the single selling 400,000+.

Since then he has continued to perform and record mostly in Europe, travelling from his home in Greece, and released his candid account of his rise to the top in the autobiographical  ‘The Road to Harry’s Bar’.

Having had a handful of sporadic concerts (& hugely successful) live appearances since, Gordon returns to the road in 2019 to bring his jazz/blues-influenced songbook and golden voice back to theatre audiences nationwide; up-close, intimate evenings with Gordon Haskell – the master singer-songwriter.