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Snow Patrol to play exclusive iTunes London show (2009)

Snow Patrol

Story by Jack Foley

SNOW Patrol are the latest multi-platinum selling act to perform their award winning songs at the Apple Store, Regent Street, London on Friday, February 13 (2009).

The exclusive iTunes Live from London show is free for fans and competition winners. There will also be limited free tickets on the door on a first come, first served basis for the opportunity to see this incredible band up close and personal before they embark on their European tour.

Snow Patrol will showcase songs from their fifth studio album, A Hundred Million Suns, which has already sold over half a million in the UK and over 1 million worldwide, featuring the hit singles Take Back The City, Crack The Shutters and the new single If There’s A Rocket Tie Me to It.

A Hundred Million Suns follows the seven times platinum Eyes Open album from 2006 which sold over 4.7 million copies worldwide, making them one of the biggest selling UK bands this decade.

The exclusive, intimate live show will be performed and recorded at Apple’s state-of-the-art theatre at the Apple Store on Regent Street. The set will also be available for download on iTunes.

Since its inception in April 2005, iTunes Live from London has featured performances from artists including R.E.M., Stereophonics, James Blunt, Duffy, The Fratellis, Sugababes, Kaiser Chiefs, Richard Ashcroft, David Gray, Keane, Elbow, The Kooks and Bloc Party.

All recordings are available to download from the iTunes Store. Visit itunes.com for more information.