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Luke Flear
Luke Flear

Sat, 13 Apr


FortyFive Vinyl Café

Luke Flear

Following his acclaimed performance at C2C and a sell out show last time at Fortyfive Vinyl Cafe, Luke brings his own style of acoustic guitar and piano rock back to York for another intimate night that is sure to have the audience shouting for more! - Support from Mikala Fredriksson

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13 Apr 2024, 19:30

FortyFive Vinyl Café, 29 Micklegate, York, UK


  • Luke Flear is a UK country-rock singer and songwriter who was born and raised in Leeds, England. He has been playing music since he was three years old, when he started with the drums. He later learned to play guitar, piano, bass and banjo, and became a multi-instrumentalist. He has been performing original music and covers in various venues across the UK and Ireland since he was 15, and has released several singles and an album that he wrote and recorded himself . Luke Flear is a fan of classic country music, and cites Dwight Yoakam, Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson and Dolly Parton as some of his influences. He also draws inspiration from modern country artists like Lady A, Little Big Town, Chris Stapleton and Brett Young. His music style is a blend of country, rock, pop and blues, with catchy melodies, rich vocals and guitar solos. His songs explore themes of love, life, dreams and challenges in an honest and authentic way 

Support- Mikala Fredriksson

Mikala Fredriksson is a Country Singer/Songwriter from Blackpool, UK. She has been performing from a young age and her career has taken her across Europe over the last 15 years. She has recently released her first two singles ‘Ends in your Tears’ and ‘A Horse is born to Run’ from her upcoming EP ‘A Horse is born to Run’ a short album which is influenced by her love of the country way of life, true storytelling, and her lifelong love of horses.

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