Joanne Shaw Taylor Goes Wild For New Album: Exclusive Video Interview
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British blues rock guitarist Joanne Shaw Taylor releases her fifth studio album, 'Wild', on 30th September via Axehouse Music.

Recorded in Nashville and produced by the renowned Kevin Shirley, 'Wild' sees Joanne Shaw Taylor upping her game with her most diverse and best album yet.

Featuring raunchy rockers such as 'Dyin' To Know' and 'Ready To Roll', the album also has its jazzy elements with 'My Heart's Got A Mind Of It's Own' as well as unique interpretations of the classic 'Summertime' and David Bowies 'Wild Is The Wind'. Taylor also wears her emotional heart on her sleeve with such open numbers as 'I Wish I Could Wish You Back', 'No Reason To Stay' and 'Wanna Be My Lover'.

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Last month Joanne appeared as special guest to Joe Bonamassa for a string of UK dates and MetalTalk's Mark Taylor was fortunate enough to chat to her in central London for an exclusive interview to talk about the making of 'Wild', her diverse musical tastes and expectations for the future on a personal and professional level.

You can watch that interview right here:

Joanne is currently out on the road in the States with fellow Black Country rock star Glenn Hughes. She will be returning to the UK for a headlining tour in October with rising young blues guitarist Aaron Keylock as support.

More dates have recently been added in January too including a performance at the Great British Rock And Blues Festival in Skegness on January 22nd and Londons Shepherd's Bush Empire on January 27th. Tickets are available here.

'Wild' is out 30th September 2016 on Axehouse Music and here's the brand new video for 'Dyin' To Know'.

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January 2017 UK dates:
19th January: Gateshead, The Sage
20th January: Glasgow, AB1 - Celtic Connections Festival
21st January: Manchester, Academy 2
22nd January: Skegness, The Great Rock & Blues Festival
26th January: Sheffield, City Hall
27th January: London, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
28th January: Birmingham, Town Hall



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