Welles tickets

Welles Tickets

Jeh Sea Wells is Welles. The Arkansas songwriter has released a string of awesome singles and EPs and looks set for a big year.

See him play at Shacklewell Arms in London on Tuesday 27th of February 2018.

We are very excited to offer you Welles tickets. The word is spreading fast and so we do urge you to act fast and ensure you book yours before they are all snatched up. Placing your gig ticket order is made easy with Gigantic as you can access the site 24/7 whilst relaxing at home or busy on the go with a tablet, computer or smartphone.

Gigantic knows just how busy your lives are, and so we highly recommend you set a personal reminder. Then, we can alert you with a text message or an email just prior to their release at 10:00 on Friday 19th of January.

Jesse Welles has no problem giving it to you straight. It’s in his nature to pull no punches. Ask him about the current state of rock music and the rock singer and multi-talented musician will tell you how few things in life make him so equally prideful and angry as people bemoaning its death. He’ll readily tell you that despite others constantly talking up his once-in-a-generation, jarringly emotive voice, to him it often sounds like nothing short of “burnt toast.”

“I hate to experience anything that isn’t just the cold-hard truth,” the Arkansas-native who performs as Welles, and has a knack for penning at turns tender, melodic and gut-punching rock music, says without hesitation. “But music definitely takes me away from it all,” he offers with a nervous laugh. “Well, for three to four minutes anyway.”

Welles understands the best singers wield their instrument with a stealth utility; they’re readily able to unleash a wealth of emotion from little more than a murmur, if, in his case, an occasional manic howl. Where vocal precision belies sterility, depth and character are blood let out from a deep wound. To that end, where Welles may not deem himself a storyteller in the classical sense - he fancies himself a rock lifer, tattoos and all - on record his aching voice does plenty of heavy lifting. He’ll tell you responds most profoundly to “road-weary” singers like David Bowie, John Lennon, and early Bob Dylan. He recalls drawing instant inspiration from Kurt Cobain when first hearing Nirvana’s “Lithium” in middle school. “I heard this American just barely getting through the lyrics and I was like ‘OK. This is cool. I can do this.’” Now, after nearly a decade of pointed urgency and a year spent on the road opening for some of rock’s hottest acts, not only does he have a desire to share “everything that’s been going on in my head, but he finally feels right where he belongs.

What Welles is undeniably certain about though is there’s no time like the present to share his artist creation with the world. “I’ve dedicated a small period of my life to this rock n’ roll lifestyle so if this doesn’t pay off I’m going to be old with all these tattoos and gonna look like a piece of old leather.” He stops and laughs before cracking a smile. “It’s just time.”

Anticipation is high so please make sure you book your Welles concert tickets as soon as possible as we do expect them to sell out very quickly. Gigantic is renowned for its vast range of essential gig tickets on offer and excellent customer service which led to winning the Nottingham Post’s illustrious ‘Retail Business of the Year 2017’ award - so, you know we are the right place to come whenever you are booking for your big night out.

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