Richard Hawley Support Act Revealed To Be Kate Walsh

The iTunes chart topper also confirms own solo shows

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Internet sensation Kate Walsh has been revealed as the support act on Richard Hawley’s forthcoming UK Tour.

Walsh – who grabbed the top spot on iTunes downloads chart despite being unsigned – will be supporting Hawley on 12 UK tour dates in September, followed by a string of her own headline dates.

The alluring voice and the subtle lyrics of her self-released “Tim’s House” album has been critically acclaimed with many music journalists applauding the originality of her heart-warming, precarious tales.

The success of “Tim’s House” – which was released on Walsh’s own record label, Blueberry Pie – has also led to a solo 18-date tour of the UK.

Walsh is on tour with Richard Hawley on the following dates:

Brighton Dome (Sept 4)
London Roundhouse (5)
Birmingham Symphony Hall (7)
Liverpool Philharmonic (8)
Nottingham Rock City (9)
Bristol Colston Hall (10)
Sheffield City Hall (12)
Edinburgh Queens Hall (14)
Glasgow City Halls (15)
Gateshead Sage (17)
Bradford St Georges Hall (20)
Manchester Bridgewater Hall (21)

Kate Walsh headline tour dates are as follows:

Dublin Sugar Club (September 30)
Belfast Auntie Annie’s (October 1)
Milton Keynes The Stables (2)
Oxford Jericho Tavern (3)
Brighton Komedia (4)
Portsmouth The Cellars (6)
Exeter Phoenix (7)
Penzance Acorn Theatre (9)
Bristol Trinity Centre (11)
Manchester RNCM (12)
London Union Chapel (16)
Birmingham Glee Club (17)
Coventry Herbert Gallery (19)
Stoke Sugarmill (21)
Newcastle The Cluny (22)
Nottingham The Maze (24)
Glasgow ABC2 (25)
The Plug Sheffield (26)

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