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Elbow gigs lined up for autumn
The group, whose last LP was called Build A Rocket Boys! and reached number two in the charts last year, have booked November 26th as the date for a trip to Nottingham, they have announced.
The 28th will then see the Fallen Angel and One Day Like This group in Birmingham, while on the 29th fans in Liverpool will be able to enjoy their talents.
Then, after they've opened the first door on their advent calendars (if Elbow fans have such things!) on December 1stthe group's supporters will be able to see them in Manchester. Meanwhile, the very next evening, the 2nd, will see them in England's capital.
Elbow's LPs include The Seldom Seen Kid, Asleep in the Back and Leaders of the Free World.
Published by AW.Posted on 24 Jul 2012 17:37 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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