Johnny Marr announces hometown show

He'll play Manchester's Albert Hall on September 4

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Following his guest appearance during The Killers’ headlining slot at Glastonbury – as well as his own career-spanning set on the Other Stage – Johnny Marr has announced a new hometown show.

He’ll play Manchester’s Albert Hall on September 4. Tickets go on general sale here from Friday July 5, and for pre-sale from July 4 here.

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Check out The Killers’ Glasto version of “This Charming Man” (featuring Johnny Marr) below:



Johnny Marr’s
press office declares that “fans can expect new music coming soon” to follow up last year’s Top 10 album Call The Comet. In the meantime, you can peruse his full 2019 touring itinerary below:

July
5 – Roskilde, Denmark, Roskilde Festival
12 – Lisbon, Portugal, Nos Alive
13 – Madrid, Spain, Mad Cool Festival
19 – Norwich, Waterfront
20 – Sheffield, Tramlines Festival
26 – Cheshire, Carfest North
27 – Oxford, Truck Festival
28 – Birmingham, Inner City Live
31 – Hull, The Welly Club

August
1 – Middlesborough, Middlesbrough Empire
2 – Inverness, Belladrum
8 – London, Nile Rodgers’ Meltdown Festival
10 – Edinburgh, Edinburgh Summer Sessions
13 – Budapest, Hungary, Sziget Festival
14 – Belgrade, Belgrade Beer Fest
17 – Netherland, Lowlands Festival
18 – Hasselt, Belgium, Pukkelpop
22 – Charleville-Mézières, France, Cabaret Vert
23 – Paris, France, Rock En Seine
25 – Turin, Italy, Today’s Festival

September
4 – Manchester, Albert Hall

The August 2019 issue of Uncut is on sale from June 13, and available to order online now – with Bruce Springsteen on the cover. Inside, you’ll find The Rolling Stones, The Raconteurs, Woodstock, Black Sabbath, Beak>, Doves, Jimmy Cliff, Billy Childish, the Flamingo Club and more. Our 15-track CD also showcases the best of the month’s new music, including The Black Keys, 75 Dollar Bill, House And Land, Trash Kit, Mega Bog and more.

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