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Jarrod Dickenson releases new single Your Heart Belongs With Me

The song is a duet with the Americana star’s wife.

Jarrod Dickenson
Credit: Phil Keen

Americana star Jarrod Dickenson has released new single Your Heart Belongs To Me, a duet with his wife Claire.

The song has an impact date of 9th March and it’s taken from his 2017 album Ready the Horses, which was released on Decca. The single arrives as Dickenson prepares a slew of support slots over the coming months for The Wandering Hearts, Grant Lee Philips and Don McLean.

Your Heart Belongs to Me is a love story inspired by his relationship with Claire in the four years before they married. The two had a long distance relationship and Jarrod says the song is about, “how true love needs no frills, no sugar coating. True love wants to get straight to the heart of the matter, and the thing that binds two people together more than anything else is time spent with one another.”

The two met at the Songwriters Festival in Belfast where Dickenson performed and Claire was a volunteer working at the event. Romance blossomed after they kept in touch and Dickenson took inspiration from their time apart:

“It’s not necessarily an auto-biographical song, but where we were in our own relationship at that time certainly influenced my writing. There were very few gifts exchanged in our dating and courtship, because every penny each of us had was spent in travel to see the other. All we wanted was to be together, and I think the characters in this song feel the same way.”

Jarrod’s full list of upcoming live shows is:

March

1 – London Bush Hall (As support for The Wandering Hearts)
11 – Belfast Songwriters Festival

April

(As support for Grant Lee Philips)

17 – London Bush Hall
18 – Birmingham Hare & Hound
19 – Liverpool Philharmonic Music Room
20 – Manchester Deaf Institute
21 – Glasgow King Tuts
22 – Leeds Brudenell Social Club
24 – Cambridge Portland Arms
25 – Bristol The Lantern

(As support for Don McLean)

29 – Southend Cliffs Pavilion
30 – York Barbican Centre

May

1 – Halifax Victoria Theatre
2 – Gateshead Sage
4 – Bexhill On Sea De La Warr Pavilion
6 – Cardiff Donald Gordon Theatre
7 – Manchester The Bridgewater Hall
9 – London Palladium
10 – Birmingham Symphony Hall
11 – Bristol Colston Hall
13 – Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
15 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
16 – Edinburgh Usher Hall
20-23 – Dublin Vicar Street
25 – Castlebar Theatre Royal
26 – Derry Millennium Theatre
27 – Letterkenny Aura Arena
29 – Wexford Opera House
30 – Lyrath Estate Kilkenny

June

1-2 – Limerick Theatre
3 – Sligo Knocknarea Arena
5 – Westmeath Mullingar Park Hotel Co.
7 – Belfast Waterfront Hall Auditorium
8-9 – Galway Seapoint
11-12 – Dublin Vicar Option
14 – Cork The Marquee

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