by Adam Aiken (updated October 3, 2022)
Actor turned musician Kiefer Sutherland is bringing his much-delayed Chasing The Rain tour to Norwich to promote his most recent album.
The star of cult classics such as The Lost Boys and 24 has turned his hand to his music in recent years. His third album Bloor Street was released in early 2022, just ahead of a planned UK and European jaunt that was pulled over covid-19 fears.
He’ll be performing at The Waterfront on Monday, November 7. Tickets for the original date remain valid.
“Writing and recording this album was a unique experience given the pandemic and subsequent restrictions that followed,” said Sutherland.
“I found myself, like so many, with a block of time that I had never been afforded before, which allowed me to not only reflect upon my life but also write about it.
“Music, whether touring or recording, has always been a personal extension of storytelling for me. I couldn’t be more excited to share these new songs and, hopefully sooner than later, play them for audiences around the world.”
Sutherland’s previous album, Reckless & Me, was a Number One hit in the UK’s Americana and country charts, and became the UK’s second biggest selling country album of 2019.
His output has been described by The Guardian as “whiskey-sodden country music” that is “genuinely poignant”.
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