Roots and blues star plays Stables show

Sean Taylor is described as one of the most exciting and hard-working names on the roots and blues scene

Sean Taylor is described as one of the most exciting and hard-working names on the roots and blues scene

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London folk blues player Sean Taylor is out on the road, touring in support his latest album.

The Only Good Addiction Is Love was released last year and received support on BBC Radio 2 from programmes including Bob Harris Sunday, The Folk Show with Mark Radcliffe and the Paul Jones Blues Show.

Taylor has been playing across the UK and his winter tour followed a run of dates in the UK and Europe earlier in the year.

Described as one of the most exciting and hard-working names on the roots and blues scene, he has played at the Glastonbury Festival three times and also at other festivals including the Cambridge Folk Festival, Beautiful Days, Port Fairy Folk Festival in Australia and Celtic Connections.

Sean Taylor plays The Stables in Wavendon on Sunday, December 4.

Tickets cost £10 in advance before fees. Doors open at 8pm.For more information, visit www.stables.org and www.seantaylorsongs.com.