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News: Foo Fighters Guitarist Chris Shiflett Announces 2024 Tour Dates

Chris Shiflett Announces UK & Ireland Tour
March 2024
Tickets on sale Friday 27th @ 10am
“…he’s gone up a level with this mix of pop rock, country and punk.”
Daily Star
“…it grabs you by the heartstrings and leaves you wanting more. Best of all it sounds like he really loves doing this. Hard to fake, and hard to resist.”
“Not only is Lost at Sea filled with masterful guitar work, but the songcraft itself is very impressive. Shiflett’s just as effective sharing narratives and noticings, and combined with the album’s musical breadth, Lost at Sea pleasantly surprises at each turn.”
No Depression
“…quite excellent …energetic indie Americana”
“‘Lost At Sea,’ is a wildly absorbing, energetic rocking country album giving us a kaleidoscope of music; on every listen you’ll hear something new, whether it’s a well-placed harmony, a get-lost-into guitar riff or drift-away keys.”
Entertainment Focus

Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett has just announced a full UK tour in March 2024, which concludes with a show at London’s Electric Ballroom on the 27th. Tickets go on sale Friday October 27th at 10am UK and will be available  here.
Shiflett says, “I can’t wait to get back over to the UK and Ireland for another run of dates! The tour we did last spring was amazing, the best we’ve ever done. The crowds were wild so I can’t wait to see what it’ll be like touring now that the record is out.We’ll definitely mix in a few more new tunes in addition to the older stuff.”
The announcement follows the release of Shiflett’s stellar third album  Lost At Sea, which is out now on Snakefarm in the UK and features the latest single ‘Weigh You Down’. Originally inspired by Shiflett’s wife’s birthday, the song turned into a baritone guitar-driven rocker; upbeat and sweet.
“We all get a little funny when those numbers start getting too big but this was me trying to remind her that the number doesn’t matter and we have so much to be grateful and happy for, which she of course already knew,” Shiflett laughs. “On the musical side, I loved putting the slide guitar solo together. I don’t play much slide and always have to think it through a lot and work it out, but I love the end results.”
Revered as a modern-day guitar hero, the new album sees Shiflett splice up alt-country rock and guitar-driven grit with sharp songwriting and Americana undertones. Most of the new album was recorded in Nashville, working with his producer and collaborator Jaren Johnston (frontman of The Cadillac Three and songwriter behind a dozen No.1 country hits) and features a stellar cast of Americana all-stars.
Among them were fellow guitar slingers Charlie Worsham, Tom Bukovac, and Nathan Keeterle, all three of whom laced the record with fiery fretwork. He also teamed up with a number of co-writers, partnering with Kendell Marvel, Cody Jinks, and others to fill Lost at Sea with storylines that pack as hefty a punch as the music itself.
Shiflett also recently launched a new video series called ‘Shred with Shifty’ where he interviews some of the guitar greats, delving into their most iconic solos and the art of playing guitar. Guests so far have included the likes of Nile Rogers, Alex Lifeson (Rush), Rivers Cuomo (Weezer), Brad Paisley and more. Head to for more info.
Although he’s used to playing big arenas globally, the punk veteran and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee’s previous UK tour was hugely triumphant; his transition to more intimate venues was seamless, resulting in equal magic, showing that being a great frontman is just another part of his already impressive CV.
Weds 20th – Academy, Dublin
Thurs 21st – The Limelight 2, Belfast
Sat 23rd – Queen Margaret Union, Glasgow
Sun 24th – Academy 2, Manchester
Mon 25th – O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
Weds 27th – Electric Ballroom, London