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Fresh tour for Madness
The band, famous for songs such as One Step Beyond and House of Fun, are going to be calling into the likes of London, Dublin and Cardiff on the tour this November and December.
Several arena gigs will come hot on the heels of their House of Fun Weekender appearances at the end of November.
Suggs and the boys will start their tour in Ireland at the O2 in Dublin in the 28th of the month. Then they'll hit Cardiff, Brighton, Bournemouth, Plymouth, Nottingham, Liverpool, Newcastle, Glasgow, Sheffield and Birmingham, before finishing up in the capital city of London. By that time it'll be mid December, with the last gig set for the 14th.
Madness first graced the UK singles chart way back in 1979. Their debut track was called The Prince and reached number 16. The famed One Step Beyond came next, getting to number seven in the chart.
Published by AW.Posted on 23 May 2012 16:53 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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