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Jack Savoretti to perform in the historic grounds of York Museum Gardens with special guests Foy Vance and Benjamin Francis Leftwich.

Acoustic singer-songwriter, and serial chart-topper Jack Savoretti to perform in the historic, botanical grounds of York Museum Gardens, with special guests Foy Vance and Benjamin Francis Leftwich. Jack Savoretti has been making albums for over sixteen years, releasing seven studio albums during this time, 2 of which reached number 1 in the UK charts, along with multiple gold-selling statuses also to his name.  His reputation as a singer-songwriter is perfectly epitomised by the collaborators he attracts; a ‘who’s who’ of music that includes international stars such as Bob Dylan, Kylie Minogue, Shania Twain and Nile Rodgers and most recently Katherine Jenkins on the special recording of ‘What The World Needs Now’ in aid of War Child.  Jack is sure to bring an elegant and enchanting back catalogue to York Museum Gardens on what promises to be a magical evening from an artist going from strength to strength. Special guest Foy Vance will also be appearing at York Museum Gardens on Thursday 18thJuly.  The Irish singer-songwriter who is signed to Ed Sheeran’s Gingerbread Man record label, to who he has also supported, has himself released 6 studio albums and has a long history of successful tours under his belt. Completing the line-up on the day is York local Benjamin Francis Leftwich who will be returning to his hometown.  Benjamin Francis Leftwich has drawn comparisons to the likes of Damien Rice and Jose Gonzalez and has racked up over 150 million steams on Spotify, and is the perfect addition to this stellar day due to take place this summer.

Museum Gardens are botanic gardens in the middle of York, beside the river Ouse. They were created in the 1830s by the Yorkshire Philosophical Society along with the Yorkshire Museum, which still sits within them. Today, the gardens are popular with both residents and visitors as a spot to explore.


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