Singer songwriter Tom Jenkins has announced that he will be embarking on a UK headline tour this November, with shows in London, Manchester, Leeds and Cardiff. The announcement follows a successful set at The Long Road Festival, and supporting Megan Moroney on her UK tour this August.

Hailing from the high country of the South Wales Valleys, Tom Jenkins was surrounded by the ex-coal mining communities and rugged landscape where he farms. Starting early life acclaimed as “Britain’s Youngest Shepherd” by 90’s Breakfast TV and National News, a life in music seemed worlds away but somewhere along the line the path would change. Jenkins set out on his own musical quest, playing in local rock bands, eventually fronting his own band releasing albums and touring with the likes of Motörhead, The Presidents of the USA plus many more established acts across Europe and playing shows in the US.

Eventually ending in New Zealand, Jenkins found the right time and place to write his debut album Misery In Comfort. Mixing his unique experiences and unique voice into beautifully, crafted, melodic songs inspired by Country, Folk and Indie-Pop Jenkins caught the attention of American producer Elijah Ford and American, Grammy and Oscar winning, singer songwriter Ryan Bingham who he toured with across Ireland.

Working on his second full-length album through the pandemic, It Comes In The Morning, It Hangs in the Evening Sky finally released late last year, produced with life-long friend Tom Campbell.



Date Venue
Tue 28th O2 Academy Islington
Wed 29th The Lodge Manchester Deaf Institute


Date Venue
Fri 1st Headrow House Leeds
Sat 2nd Clwb Ifor Bach Cardiff

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