Yusuf / Cat Stevens performs summer shows in Berlin, Hamburg, Rome, Marbella and makes his first ever appearance at Glastonbury Festival this June. The run of performances coincides with the release of his triumphant new album, King of a Land, set for release via BMG / Dark Horse Records on 16th June, 2023. Yusuf has
The atmosphere in the auditorium was humming with excitement and then erupted into powerful applause as Yusuf strode out onto the stage. He opened with a delicate and captivating rendition of ‘Moonshadow’. The band played with expert restraint allowing space for the audience’s imagination to mingle with the chords and melodies…
“My relationship with Türkiye goes back to the early Eighties when I first visited after embracing Islam. The welcome I received was so affectionate and strong, I felt at home immediately. Turkish music also had a lot to do with my return to singing in 2006. The ilâhiler (Divine songs) I was introduced to were
This year’s Yusuf / Cat Stevens’ summer festivals across Europe are now on amber. Tickets for most of the festivals celebrating the 50th year of the release of Tea for the Tillerman are sold out, but due to the threat posed by the Covid-19 virus, and in order to prevent it reaching more people, Yusuf’s
2017 proved to be a truly spectacular year for Yusuf / Cat Stevens. Indeed, with the release of The Laughing Apple, a hugely successful tour of South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, and with Yusuf becoming a grandad for the ninth time one might even go so far as to say that 2017 really ought
The Spark Arena in Auckland certainly lived up to its name at an electric night on New Zealand’s North Island. The crowed buzzed with an energy that Yusuf and the band had to meet head-on in a clash that might have be better suited to the rugby field, but only in the friendliest of matches.