Will Oldham To Play More UK Shows

Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy just can’t let go

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Will Oldham has announced that he will play three further live shows in the UK this month, in support of his brilliant recent album “The Letting Go”.

The prolific songwriter – aka Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy – has just played two sold-out nights at London’s plush Queen Elizabeth Hall, his first shows since a one-off Green Man festival performance in 2005.

You can catch the enigmatic Oldham, supported by Scout Niblett, at the following venues:

London Shepherds Bush Empire (February 11)
Brighton Corn Exchange (12)
Cambridge Junction (13)

Oldham is also an accomplished actor, and stars in new film “Old Joy” released in UK cinemas this week.

Click here to see a trailer for “Old Joy”

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