Amazing music star coup for Harrogate at Cold Bath Brewing Co

Harrogate may not be widely regarded as a big music town but that does not mean it isn’t so.

Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 4:47 pm
Updated Wednesday, 5th February 2020, 5:12 pm
Musical coup for Harrogate - Talented modern-day Nashville-based sensation Kenny Foster will be performing at Cold Bath Brewing Co.

As if to emphasise the point, the town is set to welcome charismatic and hugely talented modern-day Nashville-based sensation Kenny Foster shortly for a rare northern date.

A favourite of BBC Radio 2 DJ ‘Whispering’ Bob Harris, singer-songwriter Foster will be performing on Wednesday, February 19 upstairs at The Clubhouse, the fantastically cool new venue space launched just recently by Cold Bath Brewing Co bar on Kings Road.

Blessed with integrity, independent spirit and a great voice, this major musical coup for Harrogate and Cold Bath Brewing Co takes place just a week before the Rolling Stone magazine-rated Foster plays a major Londion show.

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The support act for the show, which kicks off at 7.15pm, will be popular Harrogate musician Biz Denton.

Born in the Ozark Hills, this thoughtful Missouri-born modern balladeer has shared the stage with artists including Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves, Brothers Osborne, Old Dominion, Patty Griffin, Lady Antebellum, and countless others.

A philosophy graduate and philanthropist, Foster was named one of the Top 10 New Artists You Need to Know by Rolling Stone magazine and received press in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today and Forbes.

He has been featured in two Super Bowl commercials with Sheryl Crow and Danica Patrick, respectively, and appeared in numerous episodes of ABC’s Nashville series.

Kenny Foster’s stature is such that he was interviewed for a major documentary on the history of country music which aired on the BBC alongside artists like Emmylou Harris, Brandy Clark and Jamey Johnson.

Kenny was also honoured to be included in the CMA Foundation’s It Starts with M.E. National Campaign for Music Education and was invited to perform as part of the CMA Songwriter’s Series alongside songwriting legends Lori McKenna, Marcus Hummon and Lee Thomas Miller as well as fellow emerging star Tenille Townes.

Last spring, Kenny performing at the highly-acclaimed C2C Festival in London.

Tickets are on sale strictly on the door.