A voice of breathtaking quality and power and a live show that erupts like a volcano have catapulted Sari Schorr into the spotlight as the new undisputed star of Blues Rock.
Sari’s world-class band is now powered by phenomenal Ash Wilson on lead guitar, keyboard/organ player Bob Fridzema, Mat Beable on bass and Roy Martin on drums. With an award-winning album produced by iconic blues pioneer, Mike Vernon and a world-class band – this is a show every blues and rock lover should run to see.
Tour dates –
27/02 ISLINGTON ASSEMBLY HALL* (stripped down set)
02/03 THE HARLINGTON – FLEET
03/03 THE MEETING ROOM – ELLAND
09/03 THE VOODOO ROOM – EDINBURGH
10/03 THE TUNNELS – ABERDEEN
* opening for Robin Trower
“Sari appears to be in the calm eye of the storm as the room around her is twirled and twisted like a hurricane from her overwhelming performances. Just one visit with this emotionally-charged critically acclaimed performer will assure you that this vocal volcano is a real-deal Force of Nature.” – Cleve Baker for Blues Bender
“Sari takes female blues rock vocals to another dimension and owns her style. Sari Schorr is an artist in her own right, deserving her own critical acclaim and deserving of being a New York Blues Hall of Fame inductee, Nominated Best Vocalist – European Blues Awards 2016, 2017, and awarded Best Blues Rock Performance Award – WRC 2016.” – Richard Bolwell for MNPR Magazine
“The evening had everything, head-spinning blues rock vocals, jazzy and soulful vocals, world-class guitar playing with this all underpinned by a tight rhythm section. Soaked with influences from the great pioneers of the blues, you can also think, Beth Hart & Robert Plant style vocals with the energy and stage command of Tina Turner.” – Richard Bolwell for MNPR Magazine
“Sari Schorr is simply too good to be typecast. She is blessed with an incredible voice – one so good, in fact, that it is time to stop saying she has the best voice in blues as we have before on this site – quite simply she has just about the finest voice in modern music.” – Garry Foster for Maximum Volume Music