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Pokey LaFarge

Harking from Illinois, Pokey LaFarge previews his latest release inspired by the deep soul not just of the Californian shores, but from distant geographical places like Africa and Latin America. LaFarge sets out to create a body of work that paired emotional lyrics with a killer groove and grabby melodies.

Since his independent debut release in 2006 with Marmalade, LaFarge has made a steady name in the blues and folk scene, beginning in Nashville, working his way to Los Angeles and finally ending up in Mid-Coast Maine, where he began sowing the seeds of his next release, Rhumba Country, working 12-hour days on a local farm – a turn of events that catalyzed an extraordinary burst of creativity and redefined his sense of purpose as an artist.

As he immersed himself in the album’s creation, LaFarge began dreaming up a kaleidoscopic sound informed by his love of music from far-ranging eras and corners of the globe, including mambo, tropicália, rocksteady, and mid-century American rock-and-roll. Co-produced along with Chris Seefried and Bergman and recorded in L.A., the resulting Rhumba Country is an invitation to come together to celebrate life and love.

LaFarge now invites you to experience Rhumba Country in an intimate and memorable live show that will transport you to a plethora of eras and cultures all guided in the comforting and familiar vessel of blues and folk.

This is a standing event.
If you have any access needs, please contact the Box Office on 0151 709 3789.

Tickets for this event include a £1 venue restoration levy, included in the ticket price. This fee supports building investment at the Grade II-listed Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.


9% administrative fee applies for online & telephone orders.
A £2.50 postage fee is applicable on all orders if opting for postal delivery.
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