See Dan Patlanksy in Pretoria

Dan Patlansky ended 2016 on a high note, with his latest album Introvertigo being voted as the number 1 blues rock album in the world released in 2016 by Blues Rock Review/USA alongside names such as Joe Bonamassa, the Chase Walker Band, Supersonic Blues Machine, Devon Allman, and many more. Patlansky becomes the first artist ever to place number 1 on Blues Rock Review’s Top 20 albums of the year twice (Dear Silence Thieves 2014, Introvertigo 2016).

Patlansky adds achievement to his long list of accolades: He was also voted Male Artist of the Year 2015 by Blues & Soul Magazine, number 4 of 10 best rock guitarists in the world by Total Guitar Magazine in December 2015, as well as one of the top 20 blues rock artists by Blues Magazine. In February 2016, he received a nomination for best international solo artist for the Planet Rock Radio ‘Rocks’ Awards. He was also nominated and rated number 2 in the category of Top 5 ‘overseas artist of the year’ by the British Blues Awards in September 2016.

Patlansky will be doing a nationwide solo acoustic tour from February 2017.

Date: Friday, 24 February 2017

Venue: Cafe Barcelona, Pretoria

Price: R150

Time: 20:00

Bookings: info@cafebarcelona.co.za / Cell: 082 458 9342 / Office: 012 430 2495

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