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Kate Nash announces huge UK tour
The singer is due to play 21 dates across the country, kicking off at Norwich Arts Centre on April 5th, before taking in the likes of Nottingham, Sheffield, Inverness, Manchester and Plymouth, among others, before finishing at London's 100 Club on May 1st.
The shows go alongside the previously announced gig at London Sebright on February 13th, which will form part of the NME Awards Show, as well as the warm-up performance at Reading Sub 89 the night before (February 12th).
Nash is due to release Girl Talk on March 4th with the first single from the album, 3am, launching on February 18th, giving fans a taste of what to expect from the forthcoming LP.
The singer recently described Girl Talk as being a "mission statement of what it's like to be a woman".
Tickets for the upcoming tour are due to go on sale on Friday (January 18th) from all the usual ticket outlets.Posted on 16 Jan 2013 10:50 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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