rag 'n' bone man

“His voice is a mighty, bruised holler-and-croon of an instrument” – Sunday Times Culture

Rory Graham, aka Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, will be performing across Europe with tour dates being held in sold out venues with over 1000 plus cap. Moreover, Rory will be joining Tod Odell for a surplus of sold out dates whilst Rory is getting ready for his debut album to be released early next year. Human, the single released from Rory’s much anticipated album has already reached the number one spot in the iTunes charts, boasting the position in fifteen countries and has set Rag ‘n’ Bone Man well on his way to being a much awaited and possibly breakthrough artist of 2017.

“Rag’n’Bone Man is big in every sense of the word, but if his trajectory continues at the rate it’s going now, he could be huge” – The Independent

Its clear to see why Rory has received so much praise for his performances, with soulful vocals perfectly suited to the beseeching jazz feeling of Human, the single leaves us anticipating more work from Rory in the year to come. Rory performed the single on the Later show live with Jools Holland, leaving for a bared, naked version of the song that manages to touch something deeper inside of us from an already very beautiful piece of work.

“Rory Graham, aka Rag ‘N’ Bone Man, is everything you should love in a blues singer” – Complex

And there is no shortage of praise for Rag ‘n’ Bone Man, as shown below:

“A pioneer crossover artist who will be making colossal waves in 2016” – Wonderland

“The voice of a long-lost blues legend” – The Guardian

“Haunting, hollering stuff from the sturdy blue-eyed soulman” – Metro

“The buzz around rising star Rag’n’Bone Man is growing with the release his most powerful single yet, Human” – The Sun (Bizarre)

“On first listen to Rag’N’Bone Man you’d be forgiven for thinking that the gravelly voiced crooner is the Deep South personified, his voice belies his background, but in fact Rory Graham is one of our own – Hunger TV

Rag ‘n’ Bone Man’s international tour begins November 9th and will be performing both internationally and locally at Bournemouth. Tour dates include:


Wednesday 9    Manchester, O2 Apollo (Tom Odell)

Thursday 10      Glasgow, O2 Academy Glasgow (Tom Odell)

Saturday 12       Birmingham, O2 Academy Birmingham (Tom Odell)

Sunday 13         London, O2 Academy Brixton (Tom Odell)

Monday 14         Bournemouth, The Old Fire Station (Headline)

Wednesday 16   Manchester, Manchester Academy (Headline)

Thursday 17       Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (Headline)

Friday 18            Newcastle, 02 Academy Newcastle (Headline)

Saturday 19       Glasgow, King Tuts (Headline)

Monday 21         Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (Headline)

Tuesday 22        Norwich, The Waterfront Studio (Headline)

Wednesday 23   Birmingham, O2 Institute 3 (Headline)

Thursday 24       London, Electric Brixton (Headline)

Saturday 26       France, Paris Howl Festival

Sunday 27          Belgium, Brussels Botanique Orangerie (Headline)

Tuesday 29        Netherlands, Amsterdam Melkweg (Headline)


Thursday 1         Sweden, Stockholm Obaren (Headline)

Friday 2              Norway, Oslo BLA (Headline)

Sunday 4            Germany, Hamburg Indra (Headline)

Monday 5           Germany, Berlin Privatclub (Headline)

Friday 9              Switzerland, Zurich Bogen F (Headline)

Sunday 11         Switzerland, Lausanne Les Docks (Headline)

Monday 12         Germany, Munich Backstage Werk (Headline)

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