Track: Joanne Shaw Taylor – Wild Love

Stacie Huckeba

British blues-rock guitarist Joanne Shaw Taylor has shared her new track ‘Wild Love’, taken from her eagerly anticipated album, due out next year. Brimming with bluesy undertones and an infectious energy, the track showcases Joanne’s signature guitar licks against a backdrop of dynamic drums and bass. “Wild Love” is a departure into a darker, more intimate territory, capturing the essence of a moody blues night while retaining the vigour that her fans have come to adore.

“I love this track,” says Joanne. “I wanted it to be dark and sexy. I think, with the boys’ help, we came up with something really cool that the band in the studio really made come to life.”

“It’s also rather different to anything I’ve done before so I’m really looking forward to playing it live,” says Joanne, reflecting on the collaborative creative process with her guitar tech Elliot and guitar player Joey. With their combined talents, “Wild Love” promises to be a highlight in her discography. 

Everything you come to expect from this phenomenal guitar player. Catchy riffing, a sultry vocal and a stinging guitar solo that rips the whole track up with a guitar tone that is smouldering. This lady can do no wrong with impeccable songs, catchy lyrical phrasing and of course those wonderful fingers.

Check it out, here

Find out more via Taylor’s Website or Facebook

Taylor will be hitting the UK shores in Winter 2024

See the tour dates below:


  • Wednesday, February 14 – Paradiso – Amsterdam, NL                 
  • Saturday, February 17 –  Royal Northern College of Music – Manchester, UK                 
  • Sunday, February 18 –  Queen Margaret Union –   Glasgow, UK                            
  • Monday, February 19 – City Varieties Music Hall  – Leeds, UK
  • Wednesday, February 21 –  The Fire Station –  Sunderland, UK                
  • Thursday, February 22 – Indigo at The O2 – London, UK              
  • Friday, February 23 – The Wulfrun – Wolverhampton, UK                        
  • Sunday, February 25 – The Waterfront – Norwich, UK                  
  • Monday, February 26 – De La Warr Pavilion – Bexhill, UK                                     
  • Wednesday, February 28 – The Apex – Bury St Edmunds, UK       
  • Thursday, February 29 – Palace Theatre – Southend, UK 

Tickets are available here

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