Tuesday, 2 August 2011

Essra Mohawk Tour News. Gig Cancellation

Just a quick Heads up on the forthcoming Essra Mohawk European dates. Unfortunately the London gig at the Bridge House2 on the 3rd of September has had to be cancelled. The show has been re scheduled for early 2012 and we will keep you posted. The other advertised concerts however are still good to go.Essra will be filmed and recorded during the dates for a forthcoming DVD release in the New Year!

The Festivals begin in a couple weeks! The London show as we have said has been postponed (sorry)-: until spring 2012 to celebrate the upcoming UK release of Essra's first DVD!

For those of you who can't come, Zappanale will be streamed live! Get details at:


Essra Mohawk has sung (performed or recorded) with Frank Zappa, Jerry
Garcia, Schoolhouse Rock, John Mellencamp, Carole King, Kool & the Gang, Steve Cropper and Bonnie Bramlett. She co-wrote songs with Al Jarreau, Bob Weir, Keb Mo and many more. Essra has released about a dozen albums over the course of her long and steady career, producing consistently quality music. Her songs have been recorded by Tina Turner, Cyndi Lauper, Marty Balin, Lorrie Morgan and many other notable performers.

Now the legendary singer/songwriter's multi-genre songs, soulful voice, and
magnificent band with amazing guitarist Sandro Oliva, will be presented to European audiences for the first time at the following concerts!

Friday Aug. 19th--Sunday August 21st
Zappanale 2011 Bad Doberan, Germany


August 25 thru August 27
Festival Rochefort-en-Accords, France


Note from Essra:

"I'm very excited about finally getting to play live for my friends and fans in Europe!
I've been promising forever to come play for you and now I can finally fulfill that promise!"

You can check out more about Essra and forthcoming releases and tour dates by going to her website here


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