Dan Haynes – Had Some Falls Tour

Music (folk, acoustic)

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Description

International touring songwriter Dan Haynes comes to Edinburgh as part of his Had Some Falls tour. Following nationwide UK dates and a 23-night tour of Germany, Haynes lands in Edinburgh for a further 23 shows. Avoid the afternoon crowds and relax with Haynes’s heartfelt alternative folk that got him labelled as a young Paul Simon. 'Stunning songwriting and an acoustic guitar masterclass' (Media Luchs, Germany). 'Not to be missed' (Nottingham Post).

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Lisa K 54 days ago

We have heard Dan perform as one half of the Simon & Garfunkel Through the Years Duo, but it was a real treat too to hear him perform his original music. Beautiful and gentle songs and lyrics, and great support by Exploring Birdsong’s Jonny Knight. So good we saw it twice ! X

WJW 69 days ago

Excellent songs, guitar playing and voice. He was accompanied for part of the gig by Jonny Knight who provided beautiful harmony on both guitar and vocals. A thoroughly enjoyable experience.


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The Herald [paywall] (3/5 stars) 62 days ago

Dan Haynes might be familiar to regular Fringe-goers as one half of the Bookends duo who have been paying homage to Simon & Garfunkel over the past five or six years. This show is the first time the quietly spoken Haynes has featured his own material onstage since forming Bookends...

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Southside Advertiser (4/5 stars) 63 days ago

Dan Haynes has a gentle and laid back style of presentation and delivery that perfectly matches his vocals, but this easy style does hide some very serious skills as a guitarist and songwriter for writing songs in different guitar tunings – why make your job easy and stick to standard tuning?

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The Herald (3/5 stars) 65 days ago

"This show is the first time the quietly spoken Haynes has featured his own material onstage since forming Bookends and it reveals a nice line in rolling guitar patterns over which Haynes sings gently with warmth and tenderness."

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