Johnny Marr has extended his October 2015 UK tour to include a London show.
The singer and musician will be at The Forum in Kentish Town on 20 October 2015.
“Getting out on a UK tour is exciting for me,” said the musician who first rose to fame as the co-songwriter and guitarist of The Smiths from 1982 to 1987.
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Glenn Hughes is hitting the UK for a series of shows, kicking off in Norwich on 19 October and reaching London on 1 November.
The rock veteran’s solo concerts will celebrate his entire back catalogue, including songs made famous during his time with Trapeze, Deep Purple, Black Country Communion, and, most recently, California Breed.
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Florence + The Machine are keeping the momentum going. Just days after releasing their third album, ‘How Big How Blue How Beautiful’, the group have announced their return to the stage.
The 12 shows across the country, culminating in four nights at London’s Alexandra Palace, comprise their first full UK tour since March 2012.
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Beth Hart has announced a rare, first-time solo concert at Union Chapel in Islington.
The intimate show, on 14 December 2015, follows the release of new album ‘Better Than Home’ and a successful UK tour earlier this month.
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White Lies | Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen | 24 July 2013
The last time White Lies played London, they sold out Wembley Arena. Now, just 18 months later, the trio are performing to 300 people in a bar. But this downsizing isn’t due to a Glasvegas-style career collapse – for the launch of their third album, the band have gone back to where it all began five years ago.
And, judging from the new songs showcased tonight, returning to the site of their first gig is more than just a PR stunt: after the over-polished sheen of 2010’s radio-baiting ‘Ritual’, ‘Big TV’ sounds like a concerted back to basics record.
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