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James Blake tour coming
The gigs are lined up to take place in under three months' time, in the early part of December and will no doubt involve some music gear.
Bristol will see Blake perform on the 3rd, London will play host to a gig on the 4th and Manchester will get its chance to see the producer in action on the 6th.
According to his website, he's also planning to visit New York for gigs that will be taking place a little further afield than these venues!
James Blake is behind the self-titled LP James Blake, which contains the tracks Limit To Your Love, The Wilhelm Scream, I Mind and Give Me My Mouth.
Conway Hall will be the venue for his London gig, a place that is also set to see the likes of the Artea Quartet perform soon.
Published by KT. Posted on 25 Sep 2012 17:03 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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