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Beth Orton to take in British cites for gigs
The Shadow of a Doubt songstress recently announced she is also set to take in the likes of Nottingham, Glasgow and Manchester as part of her gig action.
After popping to Sheffield on the 27th, she'll be in England's capital at the beginning of December, on the 5th.
The next night, December 6th, will see the guitar player in Nottingham, while Bristol will then see her strut her stiff on the 7th.
Come December 9th she'll be popping to the city of Manchester, then the next night, on the 10th, she'll be in Portsmouth.
Then, up in Scotland, Glasgow will get some gig action on the 13th.
Beth Orton recently finished an LP, to be released on a future date. Her most recent record was Comfort of Strangers.
Published by AW.Posted on 6 Jul 2012 13:02 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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