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  • THE SOUND OF HUGH LAURIE: A CULTURE SHOW SPECIAL

    If you missed 'The Sounds of Hugh Laurie' last night on BBC2, click HERE to watch now!

    Posted: Tue 24 May 2011

  • 2012 UK Tour Dates - Get Tickets Now!

    2012 UK Tour Dates - Get Tickets Now!

    We're excited to announce that Hugh Laurie will be hitting the road again for three UK shows later this year.  Tickets for the shows are available via our exclusive pre-sale on the link below now, and go on general sale at major ticket agents from this Friday 17th.

    TOUR DATES 

    29th June - The Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
    01st July - The Lowry, Salford
    02nd July - Hammersmith Apollo, London

    GET TICKETS HERE

    Posted: Mon 13 Feb 2012

  • Ticket Competition

    Hugh will be playing at The Lyric Theatre this Sunday, 1st July, and you could get your hands on a pair of tickets! 

    CLICK HERE to find out how. 

    Posted: Tue 26 Jun 2012

  • Cornbury Festival Announced

    Hugh has been announced to perform at the Cornbury Festival this year on June 30th.

    Visit the Cornbury Festival official website HERE to see the full line-up, and don't forget to get your tickets HERE which are now on sale.

    Posted: Mon 12 Mar 2012

  • The Copper Bottom Band

    When we first began planning for this project, Hugh felt instinctively that, no matter the repertoire, he wanted other voices than just his own animating the songs, and we cast the room, again, like one might a play. The narrative arc threading through the whole would dictate who should enter and exit the stage; who would speak, and when. Thus we hear an authentic vocal troupe at work…Hugh out front, but leading a deft ensemble made up of most singular players: the mighty Jean McClain, the sweet and salty Gaby Moreno of Guatemala, and, of course, the legendary and heroic Taj Mahal, who took us all to school, even as he humbly joined our own.

    The band was likewise built of tough customers –equally unique, each and every one: Jay Bellerose is there on drums sounding like Noah building an ark out of the very same animals he intends to ferry; David Piltch is back on the big bass, floating and anchoring that boat simultaneously. Greg Leisz and Kevin Breit are foxhole buddies, swapping mandola, lap steel, and guitar duties between them like letters from home and dwindling cigarette rations. The extraordinary Vincent Henry –a now not-so secret weapon in Hugh’s touring band— is joined by young Robby Marshall (another veteran of the Let Them Talk sessions) on reeds –their small section shored up by Elizabeth Lea on trombone, who offers all the strength and cracked muddy smear of a New Orleans levy. Patrick Warren is quietly essential on an array of keys both modern and arcane; and he is joined, when extra heft is called for, by the wondrous Larry Goldings on the Hammond B3.

    Joe Henry

    Posted: Tue 30 Apr 2013

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