Damien Rice To Play Summer Shows

The 3xplatinum folk singer will play songs from 9 for the first time

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Singer songwriter Damien Rice has announced he will play a handful of summer shows in the UK.

The small venue dates will provide the public with the opportunity to hear tracks from his second album “9” for the first time since it’s release in November last year.

Rice’s debut album “0” was a huge success, spending 80 weeks in the UK Top 75 albums chart, and sold 2 million copies worldwide spawning hit singles such as “Canonball” and “The Blower’s Daughter.”

The dates are:

Oxford, New Theatre (June 21)
Reading, Hexagon (July 10)
Bristol, Academy (11)
Brighton, Dome (14)

Tickets are priced £23.50 and are on sale now.

More information from Rice’s website here

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