Nashville-based singer-songwriter Scott Clay is gearing up for an exhilarating UK tour in January 2024, marking his triumphant return following a successful run of shows in October. Clay has teamed up with the esteemed charity Oxfam, carrying their mission to end global poverty to every stage he graces.
Clay’s profound connection with Oxfam traces back to his backpacking days in Nicaragua in 2009, where he witnessed the relentless mistreatment of people and forged a deep bond with the organization. His dedication to the cause was prominently demonstrated through the title track of his 2017 album, ‘Price of a Life’, the entire proceeds of which were channelled to support Oxfam. This ongoing support continues with the availability of the album on Bandcamp, with all proceeds directly benefiting Oxfam’s relentless efforts.
Speaking about Scott’s partnership with Oxfam, Katie Edmondson, Oxfam’s Community Engagement Manager, expressed gratitude and emphasized the impact of Scott’s support in raising awareness of global injustices and inequality. “We’d like to say a huge thank you to Scott for choosing to support Oxfam on his UK tour, not only to help raise vital funds for our work fighting poverty around the world but also to help raise awareness of global injustices and inequality,” she remarked.
A seasoned performer, Scott Clay has shared the stage with prominent acts such as Drayton Farley, The Brothers Reed, and Ian Jones. His upcoming UK tour promises to be an unforgettable musical experience, with a series of live dates across various cities including London, Brighton, Southampton, Edinburgh, and more.
Don’t miss the chance to catch Scott Clay live and be a part of the movement to support Oxfam’s global mission to combat poverty. Grab your tickets now for an evening of heartfelt music and impactful advocacy.
For more information and ticket bookings, visit Scott Clay’s official website and stay tuned for updates on the new album release and tour highlights.