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Arctic Monkeys to play one-off London gig
Electric guitar band Arctic Monkeys have announced details of a special live show set to take place at the Shepherds Bush Empire this Sunday (March 28th 2010).
The band will play tracks from their third album, Humbug, as well as B-sides that were released alongside the singles from the record.
Support for the show will come from guitar player and violinist Anna Calvi, who will also be supporting Arctic Monkeys at their Teenage Cancer Trust gig at the Royal Albert Hall the night before this gig.
Tickets for the Shepherd Bush gig have been priced at £27.50.
The guitar was eventually sold for £4,600 - money that went towards Oxfam's efforts in Haiti following the devastating earthquake in the country.Posted on 22 Mar 2010 20:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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