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Andy Burrows announces new tour
Andy Burrows, the man who used to be behind the drum kit in Razorlight, is set to tour the country in March.
The star's solo gigs will see him perform songs from his I Am Arrows act, which released album Sun Comes Up Again last year, along with a selection of new material, reports NME.
Burrows will kick off the run of shows in Cardiff on March 22nd, moving on to play venues in locations including London, Cambridge, Gloucester, Winchester and Brighton.
The former Razorlight drummer's tour will be wrapped up with a performance at the Night & Day venue in Manchester on March 31st.
Burrows has also reunited with We Are Scientists recently, playing live with the band last week after contributing to the recording of their latest album Barbara.
He is to help with the writing of songs for their next record, while the busy musician is also due to announce details of a new project involving producer Mark Ronson in the next few weeks.
Meanwhile, his former band Razorlight have a number of festival dates lined up for 2011, with the group set to appear at the Haddow Festival, Lark in the Park and Guilfest.
Posted on 28 Feb 2011 18:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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