Martin Harley and Daniel Kimbro are set to play Norwich Arts Centre next week

Martin Harley & Daniel Kimbro performing. Photo: Matthew Hicks

Martin Harley & Daniel Kimbro performing. Photo: Matthew Hicks - Credit: Matthew Hicks

Dynamic duo Martin Harley and Daniel Kimbro are coming to Norwich on their 'Feet Don't Fail Me' tour to headline Norwich Arts Centre on February 20.

On the heels of the largely sold out 'Static in the Wires' tour, they are on the road again with their new tour which began at Celtic Connections in Glasgow and spans the majority of the UK before concluding at Union Chapel in London.

The pair seek to push the boundaries of blues, folk and American roots music with their own original compositions, harmony vocals and constant improvisation which are the cornerstones of their live shows.

Both together and apart Martin and Daniel frequent the world's stages, earning a combined experience that includes performances at Glastonbury, the Royal Albert Hall, the Grand Ole Opry, New Orleans Jazz Fest, the Blue Note Tokyo, the Transatlantic Sessions, Cognac Blues festival, and the Cayamo Cruise, among many others.

Martin grew up in South East London heavily influenced by the decades of blues music synonymous with the area. Total Guitar, a UK based music magazine, rated him at #16 in their best acoustic guitarists in the world 2017.

From an early age Daniel performed in Appalachian and Bluegrass bands throughout East Tennessee before studying Double Bass at the local university. He's a member of the Grammy nominated Jerry Douglas band and recently toured with the Transatlantic Sessions.

Their most recent album as a duo, 'Static in the Wires', was recorded in Nashville and follows their 2015 debut 'Live at Southern Ground', an album that features 14-time Grammy winner Jerry Douglas along with Derek Mixon (Chris Stapleton) and Micah Hulscher (Alabama Shakes, Margo Price).

Tickets for the Norwich show are available from the Norwich Arts Centre website for £15.50 advance.

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UK tour dates:

February 19 - Junction in Cambridge

February 20 - Arts Centre in Norwich

February 21 - Guildhall Theatre in Derby

February 22 - Music Room at Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

February 23 - The Met, Derby Hall in Bury

February 24 - Cluny 2 in Newcastle upon Tyne

February 26 - Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh

February 27 - Henry Tudor House in Shrewsbury

February 28 - The Lantern, Colston Hall in Bristol

March 01 - Warwick Arts Centre in Coventry

March 02 - Arts Centre in Stamford

March 03 - The Con Club in Lewes

March 06 - Forest Arts Centre in New Milton

March 07 - The Poly in Falmouth

March 08 - Phoenix in Exeter

March 09 - Strode Theatre in Street, Somerset

March 10 - Union Chapel in London