Tomorrow Jim Lauderdale will be in Groningen for Take Root03-11-2017
Jim Lauderdale may have started playing country music and bluegrass when he was 15, but he first became an instant and early fan of rock & roll when he saw the Beatles perform on Ed Sullivan in 1964. Since then, he's crafted a career that transcends genres. He's done traditional country, old-school R&B and became a paragon of the Americana movement.
Now, on his new album London Southern, Lauderdale revisits his fascination with the Fab Four, channeling the spirit of the Liverpool-era Beatles and paying fitting homage to the country- and soul-centric American acts that influenced the young rock band.
After releasing London Southern Jim Lauderdale played with Sam Outlaw last summer and tomorrow he'll be back in The Netherlands for an exclusive show at Take Root in Groningen.