Nashville star Clare Bowen is bringing her amazing vocals to the UK

It’ll be her first time ever touring the UK solo, all in support of her upcoming debut album. 

Australian-born, US-based singer-songwriter-actress Clare Bowen, is releasing her debut album in the UK just in time for her first ever headline UK tour. Set for release on 31 August via BMG, the record is preceded by the beautifully crafted single Let It Rain, which showcases Clare’s striking vocal abilities perfectly and is the album opener.

Best known for her leading role as Scarlett O’Connor on the hit TV series NASHVILLE, Clare is a gifted performer, both on screen and in a live arena setting. She returns to the UK just months after selling out The O2 London with her NASHVILLE cast mates, who also sold-out three nights at the Royal Albert Hall last year. Bowen will be releasing her debut album, produced by Brooklyn, NY’s Josh Kaufman, just before her tour kicks off at Symphony Hall, Birmingham on September 2, and tickets are on-sale now.

Years before launching her career as a singer-song writer, a young Clare Bowen was growing up in rural Australia, miles from the nearest city, writing down everything she felt, heard, saw and dreamed. “Music was my connection to the rest of the world,” she says. “I was brought up on my parents’ vinyl collection – everything from Vivaldi, to Elvis, to Dolly, to Springsteen, Edith Piaf and Etta James.”

Along the way, she established herself as an in-demand actress on both sides of the Atlantic, earning critical praise in the highly controversial Australian film, The Combination, directed by David Field, and as the leading role of Wendla in the Sydney Theatre Company’s musical production of Spring Awakening. Fresh off the set of NASHVILLE after six years of filming, she is happy to take a moment this Autumn to focus on music and promoting her new album which she has been writing and recording for years.

Here are those 2018 UK dates (With Special Guests Striking Matches)
2 September – Symphony Hall, Birmingham
4 September – Sage Gateshead, Gateshead
5 September – Barbican, York
6 September – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
8 September – Royal Concert Hall, Glasgow
9 September – Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge
10 September – G Live, Guildford
12 September – Royal Festival Hall, London
13 September – Brighton Dome, Brighton