Preview: His Lordship

James Walbourne (right) is one half of His Lordship, alongside Kristoffer Sonne
James Walbourne (right) is one half of His Lordship, alongside Kristoffer Sonne

Updated July 2, 2022

by Adam Aiken

It’s likely to be something of a riotous show when His Lordship play Norwich for the first time later this month.

The duo – comprising James Walbourne and Kristoffer Sonne – will be at Voodoo Daddy’s on Tuesday, July 12, as part of their rescheduled UK tour.

Guitarist Walbourne (Pretenders, The Pogues, The Rails) and Danish drummer Sonne (Chrissie Hynde, Willie Nelson) have recently released All Cranked Up, a six-track EP.

It comes hot on the heels of a live studio EP, His Lordship Play Rock ’N’ Roll Volume One, described as “a one-take collection of rock ’n’ roll covers, which came together in one evening after a long day of recording original songs”.

On it, the pair deliver a 15-minute performance of tracks including Billy Emerson’s Red Hot, Gene Vincent’s Say Mama and Jack Scott’s The Way I Walk.

The Voddo Daddy’s show had originally been scheduled for Thursday, May 26.

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