Music comes in a variety of genres and styles and there are some top music shows heading to South Wales this April. If you love the chart sounds of Dua Lipa or the rock of Wayward Sons here are five top shows to look out for…
Wayward Sons, The Globe, Cardiff
Fresh from the critically acclaimed release of their debut album, Ghosts of Yet to Come, and playing support to Steel Panther and Inglorious across the UK in January 2018, Wayward Sons are to embark on a full headline UK tour in April 2018 including dates in Bristol and Cardiff.
Mixing hard rock with a vitality and energy both musically and lyrically, Wayward Sons are made up of Toby Jepson, Sam Wood, Nic Wastell, Dave Kemp and Phil Martini.
Joana Serrat, Le Pub, Newport
Catalonian singer-songwriter Joana Serrat has announced a handful of UK headlining shows for April, including Newport’s Le Pub.
Since the release of Dripping Springs back in September, Joana has been racking up radio plays on BBC 6 Music, BBC Radio Ulster and BBC Radio Scotland, having had two songs added to the BBC 6 Music Recommends Playlist. 6 Music DJ, Lauren Laverne, has once again been singing Joana’s praises, calling her “an astonishing live performer” and encouraging 6 Music listeners to hit YouTube for evidence.
Beth Hart, St David’s Hall, Cardiff
American singer songwriter Beth Hart plays Cardiff’s St David’s Hall on April 21 as part of her current UK tour
Hart achieved fame with the release of her 1999 single “LA Song (Out of This Town)” from her album Screamin’ for My Supper. Her latest solo studio album, Fire On The Floor, was released in October 2016.
Dua Lipa, Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff
Brit award nominee Dua Lipa will be playing Cardiff’s Motorpoint Arena this April.
The artist, who reached number one with her single, New Rules, from her self-titled debut album, was recently nominated for the most awards at this years Brit Award Ceremony.
The South, The Globe, Cardiff
The South featuring former members of The Beautiful South including singer Alison Wheeler and lifelong sax player Gaz Birtles. play their second Wales date within a month at Cardiff Globe on April 18.
The band will play the songs made famous by The Beautiful South while bringing back the full flavour and excitement of hits such as Rotterdam and A Little Time with the nine-piece live band.