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The Feeling Announce Forest Shows

The Feeling Announce Forest Shows

Indie popsters The Feeling have announced that they will play three shows in the forest, as part of the Forestry Commisions annual summer tour, this June.

Dan Gillespie Sells of The Feeling says: “We’re really looking forward to doing these Forest shows. Last year we played a few festivals but people didn’t really know our songs. I’m hoping that’ll have changed this year.”

The Brit Award nominated band won't have to worry about people not knowing their songs this time around. Last years' four Top 20 singles "Sewn,” “Fill My Little World,” “Never Be Lonely” and “Love It When You Call" have earned them the title of most played group on UK radio.

The four hit singles clocked up a massive total of 97,436 plays in the UK. That equates to 297 times a day!

Forest Tours' Mike Taylor said he was pleased that The Feeling will be joining previously announced artsists, The Charlatans and Jools Holland, in supporting the Forestry Commission's valuable social and environmental programmes.

He said: "We are delighted The Feeling has confirmed these shows. They are rising stars of the British music scene and will undoubtedly be a huge hit in the forests.”

Gillespie Sells and co will be bringing their pop hits to the following green locations:

Delamere Forest, Linmere, Delamere, Cheshire (June 16)
Cannock Chase Forest, Nr Rugeley, Staffs (22)
National Arboretum, Westonbirt, Nr Tetbury, Glos (30)

Tickets cost £24 and will go on sale this Friday (February 16) at 9am.
Ticket Hotline: 01842 814612

Click here to watch exclusive videos on The Feeling's artist website
& click here for more details about the Forest Tours happening in 2007


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