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Hayseed Dixie to play Jools Holland’s Annual Hootenanny 2014 (+ UK/Europe tour dates)

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Ahead of their brand new album out January 2015, hillbilly cover artists and the creators of ‘Rockgrass’, Hayseed Dixie, are confirmed to play Jools Holland’s Annual Hootenanny this year, airing on BBC 2 on December 31st. As is tradition, Jools’ 22nd Annual New Year’s shindig will feature a mixture of veteran artists and modern chart stars. The full line up is as follows:

– Jools Holland’s Rhythm and Blues Orchestra
– Ronnie Spector
– Ed Sheeran
– Boz Scaggs
– Paolo Nutini
– Ellie Goulding
– William Bell
– Paloma Faith
– Wilko Johnson
– Clean Bandit
– Jess Glynne
– Joss Stone
– Ruby Turner
– Hayseed Dixie
– The Pipes and Drums, 1st Battalion Scots Guards

In addition, the band’s new album ‘Hair Down To My Grass’ will hit stores on January 12. Read our review.

The Hayseed Dixie 2015 Hair Down To My Grass Tour 

UK section:

January 15 – Thursday – Reading, England – Sub 89
January 16 –  Friday – Northampton, England – Roadmender
January 17 – Saturday – Cambridge, England – The Junction
January 18 – Sunday – Norwich, England – The Waterfront
January 20 – Tuesday – Warwick, England – The Copper Rooms
January 21 – Wednesday – Brighton, England – Concorde 2
January 22 – Thursday – Bristol, England – The Fleece
January 23 – Friday – Port Talbot, Wales – Princess Royal Theatre
January 24 – Saturday – Poole, England – Mister Kyps
January 25 – Sunday – Totnes, England – Totnes Arts Centre
January 27 – Tuesday – Derby, England – The Flowerpot
January 28 – Wednesday – Liverpool, England – Academy
January 29 – Thursday – Stockton, England – ARC
January 30 – Friday – Glasgow, Scotland – ABC
January 31 – Saturday – Newcastle Upon Tyne, England – Academy
February 1 – Sunday – Uppermill, England – Civic Hall
February 2 – Monday – Sheffield, England – The Leadmill
February 3 – Tuesday – Blackburn, England – King George’s Hall
February 5 – Thursday – Stroud, England – Subscription Rooms
February 6 – Friday – London, England – Brooklyn Bowl at the O2
February 7 – Saturday – Wolverhampton, England – Slade Rooms

EU Section:

February 11 – Wednesday – München, Deutschland – Backstage
February 12 – Thursday – Wien, Österreich – Chelsea
February 13 – Friday – Torino, Italia – Spazio 211
February 14 – Saturday – Bologna, Italia – Covo
February 15 – Sunday – Milano, Italia – Bloom
February 18 – Wednesday – St. Niklaas, België – Casino
February 19 – Thursday – Wiesbaden, Deutschland – Schlachthof
February 21 – Saturday – Dortmund, Deutschland – Piano
February 22 – Sunday – Ludwigsburg, Deutschland – Rockfabrik
February 24 – Tuesday – Vannes, France – L’Echonova
February 25 – Wednesday – Clermont-Ferrand, France – La Cooperative de Mai
February 26 – Thursday – Rouen, France – Le 106
February 27 – Friday – Paris, France – La Maroquinerie
February 28 – Saturday – Macon, France – La Cave à Musiques
March 2 – Monday – Amsterdam, Nederland – Paradiso
March 3 – Tuesday – Hamburg, Deutschland – Rock Cafe

Nordic Sub-Section:

March 4 – Wednesday – Odense, Danmark – Posten
March 5 – Thursday – Randers, Danmark – Tante Olga
March 6 – Friday – Esbjerg, Danmark – Tobakken
March 7 – Saturday – Aalborg, Danmark – Studenterhuset
March 8 – Sunday – København, Danmark – KB18
March 10 – Tuesday – Turku, Suomi – Klubi
March 11 – Wednesday – Kuopio, Suomi – Henry’s Pub
March 12 – Thursday – Jyväskylä, Suomi – Lutakko
March 13 – Friday – Helsinki, Suomi – Virgin Oil Company
March 14 – Saturday – Kouvola, Suomi – House of Rock
March 15 – Sunday – Oulu, Suomi – 45 Special

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