Ray Davies Postpones UK Tour

Singer’s poor health blamed

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Ray Davies’ planned UK tour UK this autumn has been postponed due to the singer’s current ill health.

The tour is now scheduled for May 2007.

Davies is said to be disappointed not to be able to complete the tour as planned, and hopes to have a speedy recovery.

The nature of his illness has not been revealed.

Davies released his studio album “Other People’s Lives” earlier this year and recently completed extensive tours throughout the UK, Europe and USA.

The Kinks have received much adulation since their induction into the UK Hall of Fame in 2005.

Recent awards have included the Ivor Novello “Outstanding Contribution to British Music Award” and the BMI Icon Award.

The rescheduled dates are as follows:

MAY 2007

York, Opera House (3)
Perth, Town Hall (4)
Glasgow, RCH (6)
Edinburgh, Festival Hall (7)
Nottingham, RCH (8)
London, Royal Albert Hall (10)
Sheffield, City Hall (13)
Manchester, Bridgewater Hall (14)
Gateshead, Sage (15)
Warwick, Arts Centre (17)
Cardiff, St Davids (19)
Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall (20)
London, Hammersmith Apollo (25)
Brighton, Centre (26)
Bristol, Colston Hall (27)

www.raydavies.info

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