Jeremy Jordan and his band

More acts join Jeremy Jordan in London

Jeremy Jordan and his band Age of Madness have announced further acts supporting them in London.

Broadway star Jeremy Jordan will play a one-night-only concert at HERE at Outernet in London on Sunday 13 November 2022.

Supporting him will be George Maguire and Rachael Wooding with their band, The Lonesome Frets, and singer-songwriter Sammie Jay.

Jeremy Jordan said in a press statement that, “I am beyond excited to bring my band to London and we’re thrilled to be adding George and Rachael’s band, The Lonesome Frets and Sammi Jay to the line-up for this great night. George and I shared the stage for Bonnie and Clyde in Concert at the start of this year, so it’s fantastic to be reunited through our mutual passion for our bands and music, he and Rachael will blow you away!”

Age of Madness is Broadway, TV and film actor Jeremy Jordan’s band, in collaboration with guitarist Mikael. The band combines elements of modern alt rock with nostalgic throw backs to the 90s/2000s and a touch of the classical.

The Lonesome Frets are George Maguire and Rachael Wooding. They met as performers on the London stage and began writing and gigging together in 2016. They have created a unique sound which focuses on well-crafted and catchy lyric driven songs. Their dynamic live shows are completed by a four-piece band and together the six deliver a tight and exciting show. The pair are no stranger to rock n roll royalty with George having worked on projects with both Ray and Dave Davies and Pete Townshend and Roger Daltry and Rachael with Brian May.

Sammie Jay is a singer-songwriter whose powerful voice encompasses several genres of music. Her professional career started playing Little Cosette in Les Misérables in the West End, followed by appearing on television in Nickelodeon’s Big Time Rush. Staging her own band in Nashville with a solo performance on the prestigious Grand Old Oprey, Sammy Jay has duetted with Paul Rodgers of Bad Company and Free and performed concerts at University Studios Hollywood, Monte Carlo and supported Shalamar at The London Palladium.

Jeremy Jordan is a Broadway performer who is best known for Newsies (Tony, Grammy, Drama Desk nominations), Bonnie and Clyde (Theatre World Award), American Son, Little Shop of Horrors, West Side Story, Waitress and Rock of Ages. On TV he has appeared as a series regular on Supergirl, Smash, and Disney’s Tangled. His film credits include The Last 5 Years, Joyful Noise, American Son, Newsies. He will soon star as record industry giant Neil Bogart in movie Spinning Gold.

The concert’s promoters, Fourth Wall Live, are also bringing Ariana DeBose to London next year, playing one night only on 1 April 2023 at the London Palladium. Book tickets here.

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📷 Main photo: Jeremy Jordan and his band

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