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Acoustic guitar virtuoso Jon Gomm and acclaimed composer Jo Quail have announced details on the ‘Parallel Worlds Tour’ set to take place across the UK in December this year and into January 2024.

Jon Gomm, the singer-songwriter and acoustic solo performer based in Yorkshire, known for his once-seen-never-forgotten guitar style is one of only three artists to have an Ibanez signature acoustic guitar (alongside Satriani and Steve Vai) and has been voted the world's best acoustic guitarist by MusicRadar/ Total Guitar/ Guitar World. In 2020 he released his most recent album ‘The Faintest Idea’ on Kscope. Jon comments on Jo,

"In Jo Quail I've found a musician who shares my vision of striving to use one instrument, and a load of technique, to create a sound as big and deep and detailed as possible, to build a world around the listener. Hopefully the two of us on the same show will be a fairly epic experience."

Following the release of her latest album ’The Cartographer’ last year on By Norse and European tours with Wardruna, Emma Ruth Rundle and Amenra, virtuoso cellist Jo Quail was invited by Robert Smith of The Cure to perform twice at his Meltdown curation and has been commissioned by the prestigious Roadburn Festival. She has also performed with the likes of Wardruna, Low, Battles, Boris and MONO amongst many other artists. Jo comments on Jon,

"Virtuosic is one word to describe a performance from Jon, but does not come close to conveying the emotion and intent that threads through every song; awe-inspiring technical brilliance serving the music he creates. As two soloists, Jon and I share some similarities, yet we have strong individual musical identities, and to bring our worlds together for these unique concerts is an immensely exciting prospect."

Parallel Worlds UK tour - December 2023 & January 2024

  • 07/12/23 - Southampton, 1865
  • 08/12/23 - Brighton, The Arch
  • 09/12/23 - Frome, The Tree House
  • 10/12/23 - Gloucester, Guildhall
  • 11/12/23 - Swansea, Sin City
  • 13/12/23 - Bristol, The Gryphon
  • 14/12/23 - Bristol, The Gryphon
  • 15/12/23 - Bristol, The Gryphon
  • 16/12/23 - Worcester, St. Swithun's
  • 17/12/23 - Manchester, Deaf Institute
  • 26/01/24 - London, Oslo
  • 27/01/24 - Leeds, Old Woollen

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