Iconic guitarist Robin Trower returns to the UK stage after six years for three unforgettable shows in May. Catch him on Tuesday, May 28 at Islington Assembly, London, Thursday, May 30 at the Glasshouse in Gateshead, and Friday, May 31 at the Picturedrome in Holmfirth. Trower will delve into his illustrious repertoire, spanning from “Bridge of Sighs” to “Joyful Sky.” Secure your tickets HERE.

Trower’s latest album, “Joyful Sky,” topped the US Billboard Blues chart and features powerhouse vocalist Sari Schorr. Released in October last year on Provogue/Mascot Label Group, the album includes the sultry single “Burn,” the Bond-esque “I’ll Be Moving On,” and the infectious groove of “The Distance.” Order and stream the album HERE.


With a career spanning six decades, Robin Trower has always embraced risk over complacency. From his departure from Procol Harum in the early ’70s to his recent collaborations with artists like Jack Bruce and the United State Of Mind supergroup, Trower’s journey has been defined by artistic exploration. “Joyful Sky” marks another chapter in his storied career, showcasing his enduring creativity and musical prowess.


Despite his legendary status, Trower continues to captivate audiences with his unmistakable style. With “Joyful Sky,” he aims to reach new listeners while retaining his loyal fanbase. Reflecting on his longevity, Trower remarks, “At my age, to still be doing it, and still turning out good stuff – you really appreciate what a blessing that is.”

UK Tour Dates Tue 28 May – Islington Assembly, London – TICKETSThu 30 May – Glasshouse, Gateshead – TICKETSFri 31 May – Picturedrome, Holmfirth – TICKETS