Kevin Ayers To Make Rare Instore Appearance

Kevin Ayers To Make Rare Instore Appearance

[b]Kevin Ayers[/b] is to make an incredibly rare personal appearance at a recod store next week.

The [b]Soft Machine[/b] founder and renowned songwriter is to meet fans and sign copies of his first record in fifteen years 'The Unfairground'.

The signing will take place at the Talbot Road branch of [b]Rough Trade Records[/b], next Tuesday, September 11 at 6pm.

Reclusive Ayers has possibly never done a record signing ever before - his press officer says: "We can't remember the last time, if ever, Kevin has done a signing before so please be gentle with him."

To find out more about Ayers new record, featuring collaborations with former bandmate [b]Robert Wyatt[/b], Roxy Music's Phil Manzanera as well as newer (comparatively) artists like [b]Teenage Fanclub[/b] and Euros Child - see the Uncut review by Andy Gill here.

[b][/b] will be giving away two signed copies of 'The Unfairground' along with two [b]signed prints[/b] of the album's artwork. Come back next week for your chance to win!


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