Thursday, 2 March 2017

Josh Doyle announces UK Tour

LONDON, UK (March 1, 2017)

Seven Shows On Sale NOW & New Music Coming Soon!

Josh Doyle announces the on-sale of his upcoming 2017 UK tour.
Kicking off April 19 in Oxford, the tour criss-crosses the UK with stops in London, Bristol, Newcastle and more! Tickets are available at the links below or visit

Doyle will soon serve up five new songs from his new album, Modern Times, and will be available at digital retailers everywhere from Corporate Ogre Records / CTK Records.

"I can't wait for this U.K tour and putting out the first wave of five songs from my new album, Modern Times," said Doyle.

"New songs have just been flowing out of me as all this craziness has been going on in the world. I've not been hearing a lot of other artists writing music about it so I wanted to step up to the mic and not get political but just sing about how life is now."

"The shows are entertainment and there will be a lot of laughs to be had too, but it's about the songs and sending people home feeling like we're in this life together and just to make the most of it."

Josh Doyle UK Tour 2017:

Weds April 19, 2017 - O2 Academy 2, Oxford (190 Cowley Road, OX4 1UE Oxford) £11.25 Josh Doyle + Special Guests Ticketmaster UK | Event
Thurs April 20, 2017 -, Louisiana, Bristol (Wapping Rd, Bathurst Terrace, Bristol BS1 6UA) Event
Fri April 21, 2017 - The Islington, London (1 Tolpuddle St, London N1 0XT) Event
Sat April 22, 2017 -, Kasbah, Coventry (Primrose Hill St, Coventry CV1 5LY) £6.25 Event
Tues April 25, 2017 -, Broadcast, Glasgow (427 Sauchiehall Street, G2 3LG) £8 Event | Event
Weds April 26, 2017 - Think Tank Underground, Newcastle (Head of Steam, 2 Neville St Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 5EN) £9.25 Event
Thurs April 27, 2017 -, Waterfront Studio, Norwich (NR1 1QH King St, Norwich) Event

"You owe it to yourself to check out Doyle’s debut, self-titled album. With songs like “Everyone’s Alone,” “Solarstorms,” “This Transcendent Ache” and “I Figured The World Out,” Doyle’s album sounds as if it’s his third or fourth studio effort.... this guy is about to become your new favourite Singer Songwriter...." - Billboard Magazine

About Josh Doyle:
Josh Doyle is a British-American singer-songwriter and musician
Before Josh Doyle was even old enough to drive, the UK native was compelled to pen songs from the age of 13. While attending Chichester University, he founded rock outfit The Dumdums.
The group's debut album for MCA Records, It Goes Without Saying, spawned four UK Top 30 hits, earning them a supporting spot on tour with Robbie Williams before the band split up in the midst of creating their sophomore album.

In 2003, he and his wife sold and gave away all their personal belongings and relocated to Nashville and began crafting and independently releasing the EPs The End of Fear, Values and Virtues, Middletown, and Songs From The Nuclear War Vol. 1 & 2.
In 2005 he played rough acoustic demos of new material to rock producer Joe Baldridge (Beck, Family Force 5, Jewel), who began producing his album, "The Long Distance Runner", without a record deal or management. At the same time, he also played his first solo shows in four years in Tennessee supporting Imogen Heap. 

His new songs impressed sufficiently to obtain international management from Showdown in the US (Creed, Mutemath, Paramore, Family Force 5) and Radius in the UK (Imogen Heap, Dum Dums).
In 2009, Doyle parted ways with Joe Baldridge and Showdown Management frustrated by the lack of time they had for his project. The tapes for "The Long Distance Runner" were unfinished and tied up in contractual red tape though Doyle aimed to revisit them as evidenced in his liner notes on the VALUES AND VIRTUES EP. Values and Virtues was released independently, funded by his fanbase. With the proceeds of those sales Doyle was able to tour the UK without a label or any sponsorship, testing a new way forward for artists who have fans but choose not to sign with a record label. Interview about his crowd funding project in Music Magazine
In 2010, Doyle had his songs featured on ABC TV show The Unusuals and in promos for the ION Network over all the US cable networks. He used the licensing fees to fund a home studio and began his SONGS FROM THE NUCLEAR WAR project in 2011, which itself led to a small scale Midwest US tour.

In 2012, Doyle won Guitar Center’s Singer-Songwriter competition, beating out 17,000 competitors and receiving a three-song EP by Grammy® Award-winning producer John Shanks. The Shanks-produced, critically-acclaimed Josh Doyle (Amazon UK), released in 2013, featured the single >> “Solarstorms.” Doyle is represented by CTK Management and Neil Warnock of UTA.
Josh has appeared at major music festivals including Glastonbury and Hard Rock Calling (2013). He has also been featured on Jimmy Kimmel Live, CBS This Morning, Fox & Friends, The Adam Carolla Show, Marie, The Daily Buzz, Daytime, The Better Show, Good Day New York, The Nick and Artie Show on DirecTV’s Audience network, ArtistDirect, Nashville Lifestyles and many more.
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