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Laura Marling / March 2017 UK Tour

By on Wednesday, 30th November 2016 at 8:00 am

Laura Marling has announced the release of her sixth studio album ‘Semper Femina’ for the 10th of March next year, as well as a list of UK live dates to coincide with the album release. ‘Semper Femina’ follows Marling’s ‘Reversal of the Muse’ podcast series, which focused on femininity in creative endeavours, and her 2015 album ‘Short Movie’, which TGTF touched upon here and here.

Tickets for the following shows will be available for general sale this Friday, the 2nd of December. You can also buy tickets now with pre-orders of ‘Semper Femina’ on Marling’s official Web site. Stay tuned to TGTF in the near future for a review of the first single from ‘Semper Femina’; in the meantime, you can read through our past coverage of Laura Marling right back here.

Wednesday 8th March 2017 – Leeds Academy
Thursday 9th March 2017 – Bristol Colston Hall
Friday 10th March 2017 – Glasgow ABC
Sunday 12th March 2017 – Manchester Albert Hall
Monday 13th March 2017 – Oxford Academy
Tuesday 14th March 2017 – Birmingham Institute
Wednesday 16th March 2017 – Brighton Dome
Thursday 17th March 2017 – London Roundhouse
Friday 18th March 2017 – Salisbury City Hall


Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls / November and December 2016 UK/Irish Tour

By on Thursday, 8th September 2016 at 9:00 am

Fresh from their opening slot on the main stage at Reading and Leeds 2016, indefatigable folk-punk troubadour Frank Turner and his band The Sleeping Souls have announced a massive list of tour dates for the UK and Ireland at the end of this year. Dubbed the ‘Get Better Tour 2016’, the new slate of live dates begins in Dublin on the 16th of November and wraps up in Portsmouth on the 14th of December.

As usual, Turner himself has chosen the support acts for the ‘Get Better’ tour, Esmé Patterson and Felix Hagan and the Family. Tickets for the following lengthy list of shows are available now.  TGTF’s full archive of previous coverage on Frank Turner is back this way.

Wednesday 16th November 2016 – Dublin Olympia
Friday 18th November 2016 – Salisbury City Hall
Monday 21st November 2016 – Liverpool Academy
Tuesday 22nd November 2016 – Carlisle Sands Center
Wednesday 23rd November 2016 – Doncaster Dome
Friday 25th November 2016 – Coventry Empire
Saturday 26th November 2016 – Cardiff Great Hall
Sunday 27th November 2016 – Oxford New Theatre
Monday 28th November 2016 – Exeter Great Hall
Wednesday 30th November 2016 – Reading Hexagon
Thursday 1st December 2016 – Leeds University Refectory
Friday 2nd December 2016 – Aberdeen Garage
Saturday 3rd December 2016 – Edinburgh Usher Hall
Monday 5th December 2016 – Scunthorpe Baths Hall
Tuesday 6th December 2016 – Warrington Parr Hall
Wednesday 7th December 2016 – Newcastle Northumbria University
Friday 9th December 2016 – Nottingham Rock City
Saturday 10th December 2016 – Bexhill De La Warr Pavillion
Sunday 11th December 2016 – Norwich UEA
Monday 12th December 2016 – Guildford G Live
Wednesday 14th December 2016 – Portsmouth Guildhall



John Grant / June 2016 UK Tour

By on Tuesday, 24th May 2016 at 9:00 am

American singer/songwriter John Grant will play a short list of headline dates in the UK next month, ahead of a full schedule of summer festival appearances. In the midst of the following live dates, Grant will stop at London’s Field Day Festival on the 12th of June, and his July appearances will include T in the Park, Latitude and WOMAD.

Ahead of his upcoming live dates, Grant has just released a new video for ‘Voodoo Doll’, which appears on his third album ‘Grey Tickles, Black Pressure’, released last October on Bella Union. You can view the new video just below the tour date listing. Tickets for the following shows are available now.

TGTF’s previous coverage of John Grant is right back here.

Wednesday 8th June 2016 – Salisbury City Hall
Thursday 9th June 2016 – Cardiff Wales Millennium Centre
Friday 10th June 2016 – Birmingham Institute
Wednesday 15th June 2016 – London Royal Albert Hall (sold out)



Stornoway / November and December 2013 UK/Irish Tour

By on Monday, 29th July 2013 at 9:00 am

TGTF folky favourites Stornoway will be touring the UK and Ireland in November and December. Tickets to the following dates are on sale now.

For a flavour of Stornoway live if you haven’t seen them already (and if you haven’t, seriously, what is wrong with you?!?), you can also watch a video of the band performing ‘The Ones We Hurt the Most’, from their latest album released in the spring, ‘Tales from Terra Firma’ (Carrie’s review here), being performed in their hometown of Oxford on this year’s Valentine’s Day below.

Saturday 23rd November 2013 – Bristol Academy
Sunday 24th November 2013 – Birmingham Institute
Monday 25th November 2013 – Nottingham Rock City
Wednesday 27th November 2013 – Manchester Ritz
Thursday 28th November 2013 – Newcastle Academy
Friday 29th November 2013 – Glasgow ABC
Saturday 30th November 2013 – Leeds Metropolitan University
Sunday 1st December 2013 – Cambridge Junction
Tuesday 3rd December 2013 – Dublin Button Factory
Wednesday 4th December 2013 – Belfast Black Box
Friday 6th December 2013 – Cardiff Globe
Saturday 7th December 2013 – Salisbury Arts Centre
Sunday 8th December 2013 – London Barbican


Alex Cornish / November and December 2009 UK Tour

By on Wednesday, 14th October 2009 at 2:41 am

We’re a bit late with one. Earlier this year we reviewed the brilliant; ‘Until the Traffic Stops’ by singer-songwriter Alex Cornish. Since then he’s embarked on a tour and is currently on ANOTHER one. Set to round off the year with even more dates dotted around the country through til the end of December, check below for listings!!

Recently releasing single ‘Untied’ Alex has gained massive exposure since the release of his remarkable album earlier this year. Gaining airplay on Radio 1 (and 2!!) all off his own back, recording the sensational album in a spare room and taking care of promotion and distribution independently. A rare showing of dedication is much welcome in today’s music industry and the upcoming live shows are a celebration of all his hard work.

Wednesday 11th November 2009 – Ipswich Regent Theatre (supporting Alison Moyet)
Friday 13th November 2009 – Bristol Colston Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)
Saturday 14th November 2009 – Morecambe Library (with Alessi’s Ark)
Sunday 15th November 2009 – Grimbsy Auditorium (supporting Alison Moyet)
Monday 16th November 2009 – Folkestone Leas Cliff Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)
Tuesday 17th November 2009 – Manchester Salford Lowry (supporting Alison Moyet)
Thursday 19th November 2009 – Coventry – Warwick Arts Centre (supporting Alison Moyet)
Friday 20th November 2009 – Southend Cliffs Pavillion (supporting Alison Moyet)
Saturday 21st November 2009 – Brighton Dome (supporting Alison Moyet)
Monday 23rd November 2009 – Nottingham Royal Centre (supporting Alison Moyet)
Tuesday 24th November 2009 – Oxford New Theatre (supporting Alison Moyet)
Wednesday 25th November 2009 – Northampton – Derngate Theatre (supporting Alison Moyet)
Saturday 28th November 2009 – Cardiff – St David’s Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)
Sunday 29th November 2009 – Poole Lighthouse (supporting Alison Moyet)
Tuesday 1st December 2009 – Llandudno Venue Cymru Theatre (supporting Alison Moyet)
Wednesday 2nd December 2009 – York Opera House (supporting Alison Moyet)
Thursday 3rd December 2009 – Cambridge Corn Exchange (supporting Alison Moyet)
Friday 4th December 2009 – Salisbury City Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)
Sunday 6th December 2009 – London Royal Festival Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)
Tuesday 8th December 2009 – Sheffield City Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)
Wednesday 9th December 2009 – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)
Thursday 10th December 2009 – Gateshead The Sage (supporting Alison Moyet)
Saturday 12th December 2009 – Liverpool Royal Philharmonic Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)
Monday 14th December 2009 – Dublin Olympia (supporting Alison Moyet)
Tuesday 15th December 2009 – Belfast Waterfront Hall (supporting Alison Moyet)


Morrissey / May 2009 UK Tour

By on Monday, 8th December 2008 at 3:52 pm

Morrissey has announced a full 12 date UK tour next May playing some more interesting locations around the UK.

The living legend is including two London shows in his tour, playing the Brixton Academy and the Mile End Troxy Ballroom, a venue I haven’t come across before and one that sounds amazing from what I’ve read.

The tour is in support of his new album, Years of Refusal, which is due out in early 2009.

NME is reporting that tickets go on sale on Friday, (December 12) at 10am, though if that is true I have no idea.

Monday 4th May 2009 – Stirling Albert Hall
Tuesday 5th May 2009 – Dundee Caird Hall
Thursday 7th May 2009 – Glasgow Barrowland
Sunday 10th May 2009 – Liverpool Empire
Wednesday 13th May 2009 – Birmingham Symphony Hall
Friday 15th May 2009 – Great Yarmouth Britannia Pier
Saturday 16th May 2009 – Cambridge Corn Exchange
Tuesday 19th May 2009 – Hull Arena
Wednesday 20th May 2009 – Hartlepool Borough Hall
Monday 25th May 2009 – Salisbury City Hall
Tuesday 26th May 2009 – London Mile End Troxy Ballroom
Thursday 28th May 2009 – London Brixton 02 Academy


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