Jesse Cook
  • Sunday 29 September 2024, 7:30pm
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £27.50-£37.50
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Image black and white photo of guitarist Jesse Cook with instrument

Tickets on sale 10am Friday 10 May.

Canadian nuevo-flamenco guitarist Jesse Cook and his band have announced multiple UK shows for this Autumn following on from a sold out show at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank.

A Juno Award winner and Acoustic Guitar Player’s Choice Award winner in the Flamenco category, Jesse’s unique sound blends traditional Spanish flamenco elements with facets of new age, jazz and easy listening.

Signed to Narada records for his debut album ‘Tempest’, released in 1994, Jesse has since released 13 studio albums, 5 live DVD’s and travelled the world touring and discovering the origins of the very music he performs. His channel on YouTube is enjoyed by millions of fans every month.

Jesse has been on the road for the best part of 25 years, across 6 continents and has sold more than 1 million concert tickets, whilst amassing over half a billion streams of his music globally on Spotify and other leading platforms.

“What do I call my music? I’ve never known how to answer that question. Mostly I don’t care, as long as it touches people’s hearts” Jesse Cook

Image credit Matt Barnes

Jesse Cook
  • The Stoller Hall
  • £27.50-£37.50

Tickets on sale 10am Friday 10 May.

Canadian nuevo-flamenco guitarist Jesse Cook and his band have announced multiple UK shows for this Autumn following on from a sold out show at Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank.

A Juno Award winner and Acoustic Guitar Player’s Choice Award winner in the Flamenco category, Jesse’s unique sound blends traditional Spanish flamenco elements with facets of new age, jazz and easy listening.

Signed to Narada records for his debut album ‘Tempest’, released in 1994, Jesse has since released 13 studio albums, 5 live DVD’s and travelled the world touring and discovering the origins of the very music he performs. His channel on YouTube is enjoyed by millions of fans every month.

Jesse has been on the road for the best part of 25 years, across 6 continents and has sold more than 1 million concert tickets, whilst amassing over half a billion streams of his music globally on Spotify and other leading platforms.

“What do I call my music? I’ve never known how to answer that question. Mostly I don’t care, as long as it touches people’s hearts” Jesse Cook

Image credit Matt Barnes

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  • Sunday 29 September 20247:30pm
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