We regret to announce that John Mayall is cancelling the remaining dates of his European/UK/Ireland tour. He has been having some health issues, and though he is recovering well, the doctors are recommending that he take some time to rest and recuperate before he resumes touring. His management is working on rescheduling the cancelled shows for next year, and we will update bookers with new information as soon as we have it.
John’s management have said: ‘Though John is upset about disappointing his loyal fans, we all feel that it is most important to protect his health so he can be well and continue doing what he loves for many years to come.’
We will be automatically refunding customers through the payment method they originally booked with.
We do apologise for any inconvenience caused and look forward to updating you with new information about tour dates when we have them.
The Godfather of British blues returns to Cadogan Hall this November.
John Mayall was born into a family of music lovers in Manchester. His father was a jazz guitarist whose record collection played a major role in shaping his musical tastes. He has been making records since 1965 and his band, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers, has featured such heavyweights as Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Jack Bruce, John McVie, Mick Fleetwood or Mick Taylor.
The legend who turns 85 this year is accompanied by the incredibly talented guitarist Carolyn Wonderland, bassist Greg Rzab and drummer Jay Davenport, all permanent members of the John Mayall Band. In a press statement, John Mayall spoke of his European tour, promising that his new album will hit the shops in 2019, featuring his favourite guitarists, including Joe Bonamassa, Carolyn Wonderland – accompanying him on his tour – Todd Rundgren, Larry McCray, Alex Lifeson and Steven Van Zent. The album will be entitled Nobody Told Me.
Doors 6pm. Full stage timings to be confirmed. Please revisit this page nearer the concert date for the latest information.