Joanne Shaw Taylor, recognized for her exceptional guitar skills and powerful songwriting, continues her ascent in the music world with this new release. Her journey, which began at the age of 16 when discovered by Dave Stewart of the Eurythmics, has seen her garner accolades from music icons like Stevie Wonder and Annie Lennox. Following the success of albums like Reckless HeartThe Blues Album, and Nobody's Fool, Joanne's highly anticipated forthcoming album is poised to be another landmark in her illustrious career.

Her new single, "A Good Goodbye," co-written with Carmen Vandenburg, resonates with Joanne's emotive vocals and rich guitar riffs. Joanne says, "This song is about knowing when it's time to leave a relationship and that it will actually be a blessing." The single showcases her skill in blending traditional blues with dynamic rhythms and melodies.

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Fans can also look forward to Joanne's February 2024 European and U.K. tour, and her Spring U.S. 2024 Tour, where she will treat audiences to her latest hits and classic anthems. The U.S. tour, spanning across the East Coast and Southeast, starts in Virginia Beach, VA, on March 29th, and concludes in Skokie, IL, on May 3rd.

For more information about the new album, single, and tour dates, visit

Tickets available from

Wednesday, February 14 – Paradiso - Amsterdam, NL
Saturday, February 17 -  Royal Northern College of Music - Manchester, UK
Sunday, February 18 -  Queen Margaret Union -   Glasgow, UK
Monday, February 19 - City Varieties Music Hall  - Leeds, UK
Wednesday, February 21 -  The Fire Station -  Sunderland, UK
Thursday, February 22 - Indigo at The O2 - London, UK
Friday, February 23 - The Wulfrun - Wolverhampton, UK
Sunday, February 25 - The Waterfront - Norwich, UK
Monday, February 26 - De La Warr Pavilion - Bexhill, UK
Wednesday, February 28 - The Apex - Bury St Edmunds, UK
Thursday, February 29 - Palace Theatre - Southend, UK

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Friday, March 29 - Virginia Beach, VA – The Sandler Center
Saturday, March 30 - Greenville, SC – Peace Center
Monday, April 1 - Franklin, TN – The Franklin Theatre
Thursday, April 4 - Montgomery, AL – Montgomery Performing Arts Centre
Friday, April 5 - Macon, GA – Capitol Theatre
Tuesday, April 9 - Fort Lauderdale, FL – The Parker

Thursday, April 11 - Cornelius, NC – Cain Center for the Arts
Friday, April 12 - Annapolis, MD – Rams Head On Stage
Saturday, April 13 - Riverhead, NY – The Suffolk
Monday, April 15 - Homer, NY – Center for the Arts of Homer
Tuesday, April 16 - Old Saybrook, CT – The Kate
Thursday, April 18 - Portsmouth, NH – Jimmy's Jazz & Blues Club
Friday, April 19 - Great Barrington, MA – Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
Saturday, April 20 - Sellersville, PA – Sellersville Theater
Tuesday, April 23 - Red Bank, NJ – The Vogel
Thursday, April 25 - State College, PA – The State Theatre
Friday, April 26 - Hagerstown, MD – The Maryland Theatre
Sunday, April 28 - Royal Oak, MI – Royal Oak Music Theatre
Monday, April 29 - Kent, OH – The Kent Stage
Wednesday, May 1 - Pittsburgh, PA – Byham Theater
Thursday, May 2 - Frankfort, KY – The Grand Theatre
Friday, May 3 - Skokie, IL – North Shore Center in Skokie

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