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Ellie Goulding gigs on their way
The blonde-haired songstress is well known for her hits, such as Starry Eyed and a version of pianos player Elton John's Your Song.
Ellie will be gigging at several UK destinations in less than three months' time, this December. Her first destination is Bristol, which she'll visit on the 7th.
Next up, Liverpool will get a gig on the 8th and Nottingham on the 11th. She'll be in Brixton on the 12tt, Glasgow on the 13th and Leeds on the 15th.
The 16th will see the The Writer singer in Birmingham, the 17th in Manchester and the 18th in Southampton.
The well-known songstress brought out LP Bright Lights back in 2010. The record contains such tracks as I'll Hold My Breath, Every Time You Go and Guns And Horses.
Published by AW.Posted on 14 Sep 2012 16:52 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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