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XFM Winter Wonderland Tour announced

 
By on Friday, 2nd November 2007 at 5:50 pm
 

Bloc Party's Kele OkerekeXFM have announced details of a string of Winter Wonderland UK Tour dates, with all sorts of megastars lined up to play some sensational gigs.

As with previous years, all dates are in aid of Shelter, the homeless charity.

Tickets go on sale next Friday (9th November) at 9am, but many of the headlining bands and XFM members can get them as soon as next Wednesday or Thursday by pre-registering or such like.

Sunday 9th December – London Brixton Academy
Bloc Party, Supergrass, Kate Nash, One Night Only, School of Rock Winner
Monday 10th December – Glasgow Academy
Stereophonics, The Twang, Special Guests, Figure 5, School of Rock Winner
Tuesday 11th December – Manchester Apollo
The Charlatans, Special Guests, The Courteeners, The Ting Tings, School of Rock Winner
Wednesday 12th December – Cardiff University
Super Furry Animals, The Enemy, Kids In Glass Houses, Special guests, Duffy (accoustic set)

Photo is taken from Shane Bee’s flickr stream under the creative commons license

 

Kate Nash / Spring UK Tour

 
By on Tuesday, 2nd October 2007 at 4:27 pm
 

Kate NashCurrent hot property in the music press, Kate Nash has announced that she’ll play a string of dates in mid spring around the UK and Ireland.

Tickets go on sale on Friday (5th October) at 9am, and expect some more dates to be added in time to fill the gaps in the schedule. Catch her at:

Sunday 24th February – Belfast Waterfront Theatre
Monday 25h February – Dublin Olympia Theatre
Saturday 1st March – Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Tuesday 4th March – Manchester Apollo
Friday 7th March – Glasgow Barrowlands
Monday 10th March – London Hammersmith Apollo

Photo of Kate Nash taken from Drama Queen Raj’s flickr stream.

 

Kate Nash for one off show

 
By on Wednesday, 8th August 2007 at 7:10 pm
 

Kate NashKate Nash has announced that she’ll be doing a one off gig at Highgate’s Boogaloo tomorrow night in support of Stables Market.

Stables Market is under threat from property developers, who wish to build a shopping centre on the site.

Support will be coming from Graham Coxon and further acts to be confirmed.

DJ sets will come courtesy of Team Disgusting, the DJ collective who are currently making waves in the London scene. The six female DJs Rach Rohypnol, Melanie Speaking, Lady Bird, Lucie The Specalist, Starz and Good Alan can reportedly count Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne and Amy Winehouse amongst their fans.

Photo of Kate Nash taken from Drama Queen Raj’s flickr stream.

 

Bands to keep a watch out for in the future: #10: Kate Nash

 
By on Sunday, 29th July 2007 at 7:26 pm
 

Kate NashRecently garnering a lot of attention in the British press, Kate Nash is being touted as one of our brightest stars of the future. Current single “Foundations” has been a staple of the UK charts for the last couple of weeks and her forthcoming album “Made of Bricks by Kate Nash” has been rush released to come out next Monday, 6th August.

The 20 year old has been described by many as a “Lily Allen wannabe”. However, after listening carefully you realise that lyrically she is much more than just another Lily Allen. Her dry humour, mixed with her accent adds together to make something that is a tiny bit more special than just another cookie cutter Avril Lavigne or James Blunt.

“Foundations” has cemented her in the British public’s mind, with witty lyrics (who can forget the infamous ‘You said I must eat so many lemons ’cause i am so bitter. I said “I’d rather be with your friends mate ’cause they are much fitter.”‘) and her instantly reconisable style (the missing Pipette anyone?)

Either way that you look at it, Kate Nash is here to stay. She’s going to be the solo female voice of the summer, and is sure to be casting infection tunes around the UK for years to come.

Photo of Kate Nash taken from Drama Queen Raj’s flickr stream.

 

Kate Nash / Autumn / Tour

 
By on Monday, 25th June 2007 at 11:46 pm
 

Kate NashEveryones favourite Lily Allen wannabe, Kate Nash is on the road in October and November, going the whole hog round the UK. Catch her at:

Saturday 20th October – Exeter Corn Exchange
Sunday 21st October – Portsmouth Wedgewood Rooms
Monday 22nd October – Cambridge Junction
Wednesday 24th October – Brighton Concorde 2
Thursday 25th October – Oxford Zodiac
Friday 26th October – Stoke Sugarmill
Sunday 28th October – Aberdeen Lemon Tree
Monday 29th October – Glasgow Oran Mor
Tuesday 30th October – Newcastle Stage 2
Thursday 1st November – Cardiff Solus
Friday 2nd November – Nottingham Trent Uni
Saturday 3rd November – Northampton Roadmenders
Monday 5th November – Manchester Academy 2
Tuesday 6th November – Leeds City Varieties
Thursday 8th November – Liverpool Academy 2
Friday 9th November – Birmingham Irish Centre
Saturday 10th November – Bristol Anson Rooms
Monday 12th November – Norwich Waterfront
Tuesday 13th November – London Shepherd’s Bush Empire

Not sure when tickets are on sale, but they’re probably on Friday at 9am.

Photo from TobiasAC’s flickr stream.

 
 
 

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