The Soundhouse presents the incredible Joe Fox on Thursday 16th March!

Joe Fox never set out to be famous. He was just writing songs because he wanted to — or even, because he needed to. “I’ve found a lot of people I’ve met really love being noticed,” he observes. “A lot more people do their jobs for others’ recognition than I thought. I don’t really. I’ve just always always made music because I enjoy it.” It’s this dedication to craft and a total disregard for trends that makes Fox’s voice unique in the landscape of modern music. A student of every great songwriter from the Beatles to Bob Marley, he brings a classic structure to the mind’s eye of a listless and disenfranchised child of the inner city.

Fox got his break when he met A$AP Rocky busking on the streets of London at 4am, wowed him with a little sing-song, and subsequently ended up being all over Rocky’s 2015 ‘At.Long.Last.A$AP’.

His first EP ‘Acoustic Alley Sessions’ showcased more of his stunning vocals alongside minimal production.

Now, he’s signed to Island Records and, following October’s Acoustic Alley Sessions debut EP and an extensive UK tour, is set to properly launch his solo career in 2017. It’s probably safe to say his busking days are over.

Local support:
Kane Harlow & Naomi Perera

£5 ADV via SeeTickets
7.30pm doors


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