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Gigs for Glasvegas
The electric guitars playing group, who have been behind tracks like Geraldine, have got gigs planned for the beginning of December.
They'll be in Manchester on the 2nd and Newcastle on the 3rd. Inverness will them see them on the 5th and Aberdeen on the 6th.
Following a presumably gigless night on the 7th, they'll be in Glasgow on the 8th and Dundee on the 9th, before taking in Dumfries' The Venue on the 10th.
The group's first LP was called Glasvegas and featured numbers like Daddy's Gone, S.A.D Light and Flowers and Football Tops.
A photograph on the band's website shows their tour itinerary written in marker pen in a notebook. The gig collection has been dubbed 'The Crying Onion Tour'.
"We are excited to announce that we will be going back on the road in December to play a series of UK shows," the group's Facebook page proclaimed.
Published by AW.Posted on 3 Oct 2012 11:24 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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