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Gigs for Eugene McGuinness
He's going to be in these cities come the first half of next month, November.
Liverpool will see him play on November 11th, Sheffield on the 12th and Bristol a night later on the 13th. Come the 14th of the month he'll be in the capital, London, meanwhile.
McGuinness's latest LP, The Invitation to the Voyage, contains numbers such as Japanese Cars, Videogame, Sugarplum and Concrete Moon.
Harlequinade, the first song on the record, has its own video, featuring a drums player, an electric guitars player and a keyboards player strutting their stuff alongside McGuinness.
The singer's first album, from 2008, was a self-titled effort and home to the songs Moscow State Circus, Not So Academic and Rings Around Rosa, among several other numbers.
Published by AW.Posted on 2 Oct 2012 16:20 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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