Robert Forster announces live dates

He will play May/June with his band

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Robert Forster has announced a number of UK tour dates for May and June this year.

He will be accompanied by his band who feature Scott Bromiley (guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals), Luke McDonald (guitar, bass, keyboards, vocals), Karin Baeumler (violin and vocals) and Chris O’Neill (drums).

Click here to read our Album By Album interview with Robert Forster

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“It was seven years since my last album, and I am thrilled at the response to Songs To Play,” says Forster. “And so this tour will be my first shows with a band in the UK for eight years. It’s a long time and we can’t wait to play. Expect fireworks, recent and old songs, and one or two new dance moves.”

The full list of shows is:

MAY 28: Whelans, Dublin
MAY 29: King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
MAY 31: Deaf Institute, Manchester
JUNE 1: Islington Assembly Hall, London

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