Joan Armatrading announces UK Tour

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Joan Armatrading takes to the road again next spring to play an extensive UK tour.

The shows will see her play selected major venues including York’s Grand Opera House and London’s Royal Albert Hall.

Armatrading will be playing in support of her brand new album “Into The Blues”, her first since 2003’s “Lovers Speak”.

Although next year’s tour will be a showcase for her new album, she will also be revisitng her extensive back catalogue, which dates back to the mid-70s and hits like “Love And Affection” and “Show Some Emotion”.

Armatrading will play at the following UK venues in 2007:

Cheltenham Town Hall (February 14)
Cardiff St Davids Hall (15)
Buxton Opera House (16)
Northampton Derngate (18)
Southend Cliffs Pavilion (19)
Gateshead The Sage (21)
York Grand Opera House (22)
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall (23)
Oxford New Theatre (25)
Birmingham Symphony Hall (26)
Nottingham Royal Concert Hall (27)
Milton Keynes The Stables (March 1)
Milton Keynes The Stables (2)
Brighton Dome (3)
Salford The Lowry (4)
Sheffield City Hall – Oval Hall (7)
Basingstoke The Anvil (8)
Norwich Theatre Royal (10)
St. Albans Alban Arena (11)
Bristol Colston Hall (13)
Truro Hall for Cornwall (14)
Plymouth Pavilions (15)
Stoke Victoria Hall (17)
Cambridge Corn Exchange (19)

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