Tickets for the Livin’ In These Walls tour across the country on sale now

Almost a year after the release of critically-acclaimed debut album ‘Deep Cuts‘, one of Nashville’s most exciting singer-songwriters Kenny Foster has announced his second tour of the UK this March. Highlighted last year as one of Rolling Stone’s ‘Country Artists You Need To Know’, Foster will bring his ‘Livin’ In These Walls’ tour to multiple cities including London, Birmingham, Harrogate and Glasgow. In his own words: “I’m headed back to retrieve the bit of my heart I left there last year. It’s theirs to keep obviously, but if it’s alright, I’d like to visit it as much as I possibly can. I can’t wait to see my old friends and make new ones along the way.”

Check out the video for recent single ‘Stand‘ here: Full dates below:

1st March – The Round Up, Camden
2nd March – The Ent Shed, Bedford
10th March – Country on the Clyde, Glasgow
11th March – Country on the Clyde, Glasgow
15th March – Halfway to 75, Oxford
16th March – Chapel Arts Centre, Bath
21st March – The Musician, Leicester
23rd March – UTAT @ Warehouse Recording Co, Harrogate
28th March – Kitchen Garden Cafe, Birmingham

Tickets and info from


“An engaging and humble performer” – Mark Underwood, AmericanaUK

“…a first class debut” – Lyndon Bolton, No Depression (on ‘Deep Cuts’)

Kenny Foster is a rising independent artist based in Nashville, Tennessee, who has shared the stage with artists including Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves, Brothers Osborne, Old Dominion, Lady Antebellum, Marc Broussard, Butch Walker, Buddy Miller and countless others. Named one of the Top 10 New Artists You Need to Know by Rolling Stone, he has received press in the New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today and Forbes among others, and has been featured in two Superbowl commercials with Sheryl Crow and Danica Patrick, respectively. Kenny has appeared in numerous episodes of ABC’s “Nashville” and had songs placed in US TV shows like “Extreme Home Makeover” and “Boston Med.”

Kenny’s first UK tour in 2017 included the opportunity to be a part of Whispering Bob Harris’ ‘Under the Apple Tree Sessions’ which led to an invitation to appear in his next documentary, alongside artists like Emmylou Harris, Brandy Clark and Jamey Johnson. Overwhelming praise for those first UK dates and Foster’s debut album ‘Deep Cuts’ came from Sounds Like Nashville – “heartfelt lyrics, really striking a chord with European audiences; AmericanaUK – “great voice and songs from an artist who oozes authenticity”; and Lyric Magazine – “a must listen for anyone who has a soul”.

Kenny Foster tours the UK for a second time in March 2018.

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