He is one of the most iconic and prolific British musicians of all time in any genre, let alone that which has given him the title of ‘The Godfather of the Blues’.

Now, having amassed over 60 albums in a career that has spanned 6 decades, the legendary John Mayall, will embark on a massive UK tour this coming October.

The shows follow on from the release of his latest album ‘ Talk About That’ earlier this year – an incredible feat, as it is his 65th album of original material.

The guitarist, singer and organist rose to fame in the early 1960’s UK Blues revolution with the formation of his band John Mayall and the Bluesbreakers, who featured a cast of legendary members such as Eric Clapton, Mick Taylor, Peter Green, and Mick Fleetwood in different line-ups of the group.

This has culminated in him being nominated for a Grammy Award, for his 1993 album ‘Wake Up Call’. The album featured special guest appearances from Mick Taylor, Mavis Staples and Buddy Guy.

Lauded with acclaim throughout his career, John Mayall was awarded an OBE for his services to British music in 2005, and was also inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2016.

John Mayall and his band will embark on this lengthy UK tour beginning in Crawley on October 17th, which will also feature very special guests, The Buddy Whittington Band.

Tour Dates:

17th – Crawley The Hawth

18th – Llandudno Venue Cymru

19th – Stoke-on-Trent Victoria Hall

20th – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

21st – Birmingham Town Hall

22nd – Tunbridge Wells Assembly Hall Theatre

24th – Sheffield City Hall

25th – Norwich Theatre Royal

26th – Salisbury City Hall

27th – Truro Hall for Cornwall

28th – Frome Cheese and Grain

29th – Portsmouth Kings Theatre

31st – York Grand Opera House

1st – Southport Theatre

2nd – London Cadogan Hall

3rd – London Cadogan Hall

4th – Cambridge Corn Exchange

5th – Bristol Colston Hall

7th – Ipswich Regent Theatre

8th – Oxford New Theatre

9th – Southend Cliffs Pavilion

10th – Guildford G Live

11th – Canterbury Marlowe Theatre

12th – Blackpool Grand Theatre

14th – Gateshead The Sage

15th – Halifax Victoria Theatre

16th – High Wycombe Swan Theatre

17th – Basingstoke The Anvil

18th – Dartford The Orchard

19th – Torquay Princess Theatre

21st – Manchester Bridgewater Hall

22nd – Buxton Opera House

23rd – St Albans Arena

24th – Weston Super Mare Playhouse Theatre

25th – Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre

26th – Folkestone Leas Cliff Pavilion