Danny & The Champions of the World will put out a single ‘Restless Feet’ through Loose Music on 5th April. The single is taken off their critically acclaimed new album ‘Streets Of Our Time’, which is re-released on 19th April.
“The Streets of Our Time” is Danny George Wilson’s ninth album as a recording artist, and his second fronting his loose and wonderful country/soul/folk collective Danny & The Champions.

Danny has spent over a decade as a full-time touring and recording singer/songwriter/musician in the revered and critically acclaimed Grand Drive. He sings songs drawn from his life, with an unerring honesty and truthfulness that means they’re your songs too, burning with a hopeful passion you can warm yourself by when everything seems cold.

The band has also been confirmed as special guests on the forthcoming The Duke & The King tour in April. Fellow Champions and Loose Music artists Trevor Moss & Hannah-Lou will also appear on the bill. Dates as follows:

16th April – Birmingham, Academy

17th April – Portsmouth, Wedgewood

19th April – London, Union Chapel

20th April – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms

21st April – Leeds, Hi-Fi

22nd April – Bristol, Thekla

24th April – Norwich, Arts Centre

25th April – Manchester, Ruby Lounge

26th April – Newcastle, Cluny

27th April – Glasgow, Kings Tuts

29th April – Belfast, Auntie Annies

30th April – Dublin, Academy

1st May – Kilkenny Festival

2nd May – Kilkenny Festival

As previously announced, Danny and the Champions of the World, head out this month as the main support to Fionn Regan. The Champs perform their own set before joining Fionn on stage as his band. Dates as follows:

Thurs 25th Feb – Norwich, Arts Centre
Fri 26th Feb – Oxford, Jericho Tavern
Sun 28th Feb – Canterbury, The Farmhouse
Mon 1st March – Nottingham, Bodega
Tues 2nd March – Birmingham, The Rainbow
Sat 6th March – Limerick, Dolans
Sun 7th March – Cork, School Of Music
Weds 10th March – Derry, Nerve Centre
Thurs 11th March – Belfast, The Empire
Fri 12th March – Galway, Roisin Dubh
Sat 13th March – Dublin, Vicar Street
Sun 14th March – Newbridge, Riverbank Theatre