Kurt Wagner To Headline September’s Club Uncut

James Blackshaw and Cate Le Bon also confirmed as supports for September 10 show

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For our September Club Uncut show, we’re pleased to welcome one of Uncut’s oldest friends. On September 10, Kurt Wagner will be playing a solo show for us at the Borderline on Manette Street, London, just off Charing Cross Road.

It’s a great time to see Wagner in action, since the forthcoming Lambchop album, OH (Ohio), features, we think, the best bunch of songs he’s come up with in years.

For this exceptional acoustic night, we’ve roped in a couple of fine supports, too: Cate Le Bon, a beguiling Cardiff singer-songwriter who’s most famous for her work with Gruff Rhys and Neon Neon; and the brilliant guitarist James Blackshaw.

Tickets are £12, and are available from 9am tomorrow morning (Tuesday August 19) from www.seetickets.com.

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