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Gigs ahead for Amanda Palmer
The woman behind LPs Who Killed Amada Palmer and this year's Theatre Is Evil will be in Dublin come March 21st, with an Edinburgh gig the next night, on the 22nd.
Manchester, Birmingham and Bristol will then be graced by the Astronaut and Guitar Hero songstress on the 23rd, 24th and 26th of the month. The 27th will see her in Brighton and the 28th in London, meanwhile.
The star's most recent LP, Theatre Is Evil, came out last month, and includes Grown Man Cry, Trout Heart Replica and The Bed Song among its tracks. The Grand Theft Orchestra, a band, appear on the record playing music instruments.
Album track Want It Back also appeared as a single earlier this year.
Published by AW.Posted on 19 Oct 2012 13:13 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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