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Brian Fallon confirms two additional Songs From The Hymnal UK dates (2019)

Brian Fallon

Story by Jack Foley

FOLLOWING the announcement of the Songs From The Hymnal UK acoustic tour for 2019, Brian Fallon has now confirmed second shows in both London and Manchester due to popular demand.

He has also revealed Craig Finn as main support across all dates

With shows in Newcastle, Edinburgh, Manchester, London and Brighton now sold out, additional tickets for the second shows will be available for fan pre-sale on Tuesday, July 10 at 9am BST via AXS (password: prayers), and available to the public from Wednesday, July 11 at 9am BST.

The London show also takes place at London’s Union Chapel on February 8, 2019.

For complete details and ticket information, please visit the website.

Fallon commented: “I’m very excited to be able to come back over to the UK and do my solo acoustic and piano shows. Many songs and many stories!”

Sleepwalkers saw Fallon once again push timeless rock ‘n’ roll into the modern era, recasting British Invasion rock, first generation UK punk, and American pop and soul into a near irresistible sound he’s dubbed – with a nod and a wink towards The Who – as ‘Heavy R&B’.

Recorded at New Orleans’ Parlor Recording Studio with producer Ted Hutt – the man behind the board for The Gaslight Anthem’s 2008 breakthrough, The ’59 Sound – the album was another sterling example of Fallon’s always adventurous artistry.

Known far and wide as singer/guitarist of The Gaslight Anthem, as well as such outfits as The Horrible Crowes and Molly & The Zombies, Fallon made his solo debut with 2015’s Painkillers.

The UK tour dates are (all February 2019)

5 – Newcastle, Wylam Brewery sold out
6 – Edinburgh, Queens Hall sold out
7th – Manchester, Albert Hall sold out
8 – London, Union Chapel NEW DATE
9th – London, Union Chapel sold out
22 – Cambridge, Junction
23 – Brighton, St. Georges Church sold out
24 – Bath, Komedia
25 – Cardiff, Tramshed
26 – Manchester Albert Hall NEW DATE

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