2019 has been a hell of a year for the super-smoky-voiced,
hard-working, far-touring chanteuse Elles Bailey. On 8th March, she
dropped her eagerly-anticipated second album ‘Road I Call Home’ to
rave reviews, with the album charting in the Official UK Country
Charts & Americana charts, gaining over 1.3 million streams since its
release and reaching No.1 on the Amazon Blues Bestseller chart
Like its chart-topping predecessor, ‘Road I Call Home’ features
co-writing contributions from high-calibre collaborators, including
British hit-making legend and Ivor Novello Award winner Roger Cook,
storied Memphis and Nashville giant Bobby Wood, as well as Dan
Auerbach (of Akron, Ohio powerhouses The Black Keys) on the infectious
‘Little Piece of Heaven’
As a self-confessed ‘rolling stone’ – Elles genuinely does call ‘the
road’ home. She’s continued her wide-ranging headline touring
throughout the UK and Europe and was also special guest support for
Grammy Award winner Mike Farris, Martin Harley, The Kris Barras Band
and King King.
2018/19 has also seen Elles Bailey move up the festival listings
becoming a featured artist at key festivals including Black Deer,
Swing Wesplaar, Ramblin’ Man Fair, & The GB R&B Festival. She also
headed stateside for the International House Of Songs Summit in
Arkansas and played Nashville’s Americana Fest.
2020 sees Elles touring the UK in March, Germany in April and playing
many more international stages including taking to the high seas for
the Joe Bonamassa ‘Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea’ cruise alongside
the man himself, Joe Bonamassa, King King, Samantha Fish,Walter Trout
and many more.
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