Critically acclaimed U.S. singer songwriter Jenn Bostic is back with Wrong Thing, a bluesy new single. Debuting the song on JUCE TV in the United States, this track has us anxious for the release of her new album this autumn. Bostic is set to tour the UK on her second “Night in Nashville” tour. The first was a sell out across the United Kingdom in September of 2016, with co-founder and country singer Sarah Darling, accompanied by Nashville Artist Kyshona Armstrong. Now Bostic and Darling are back for round two, adding Scotland, Ireland and Switzerland. Nashville songwriter Michael Logen will join them for this storytelling in-the-round style performance. Bostic will be performing new music, as well as familiar favorites, including her hit single Jealous of the Angels.
“Night in Nashville” Tour Dates Include:
Tuesday, 9th of May, The Classic Grand, Glasgow
Thursday, 11th of May, Bangor Castle, Bangor, NIR
Friday, 12th of May, Island Arts Centre, Lisburn, NIR
Saturday, 13th of May, Roe Arts and Cultural Centre, Limavady, NIR
**Monday, 15th of May, Old Queens Head, London – SOLD OUT
Thursday, 18th of May, Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead
Friday, 19th of May, The Atkinson, Southport
Saturday, 20th of May, The Hawth Theatre, Crawley
Sunday, 21st of May, The Musician’s Pub, Leicester
Monday, 22nd of May, The Kitchen Garden Café, Birmingham – SOLD OUT
Tuesday, 23rd of May, Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich
Wednesday, 24th of May, The Hive, Shrewsbury
Thursday, 25th of May, Green Note, Camden – SOLD OUT
Friday, 26th of May, Jubilee Town Hall, Kirton-in-Lindsey
Saturday, 27th of May, Chapel Sessions, Netley
Monday, 29th of May, La Deliziosa, Boniswil, CH
Wednesday, 31st of May, Wash Bar, Bern, CH
Thursday, 1st of June, Club Joy by Grand Casino, Baden, CH
Jenn Bostic appeared on BBC Breakfast in 2012, performing her #1 single Jealous of the Angels, and on Songs of Praise in 2015, singing her track Little Grace from her current album Faithful. She was the First American Independent Artist to have their first three singles playlisted at BBC Radio 2. In 2012 she was the recipient of five Independent Country Music Association Awards including “Best Songwriter,” “Best Female Artist” and “Overall Winner.” She had the honor of performing on Weekend Wogan for the late Sir Terry as part of a special St. Patrick’s Day show, as well as Good Morning Sunday.
In September of 2016, Bostic returned to the Radio 2 Playlist with What Love Feels Like, a pop/gospel track featuring a gospel choir. Jenn’s music also made its musical theater debut, as this song was used to close the Hackney Empire’s production of Sleeping Beauty. Wrong Thing is leaving us anxious for her to finish her forthcoming album with six-time Grammy Award winning mix engineer Paul Salveson.
“So many people, myself included, allow fear to hold them back. Wrong Thing is about taking risks and stepping out in faith in order to live life to the fullest.”