SINGER-songwriter Sean Taylor pays a visit to Kirton-In-Lindsey on Sunday 18th March.
Described by BBC Radio 2’s Bob Harris as an ‘absolutely superb guitarist’ his show is not to be missed.
Sean’s current UK tour comes off the back of his latest album Love Against Death, recorded with the legendary Mark Hallman in Texas.
It combines an acoustic blues style of music with strong socio-political lyrics.
Sean describes himself as a child of Thatcher who became one of Blair’s adults, and says this album is a howl against both.
“It is a direct challenge to a world where we are judged by what we consume rather than what we contribute,” he said.
Sean Taylor plays Kirton-In-Lindsey Town Hall, in Market Square on Sunday 18th March at 7pm.
Tickets are £8 each and are available from www.wegottickets.com