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Kate Nash set for October tour
Solo artist Kate Nash is to conduct a tour of the UK this autumn.
The pianist and guitar player is to play her first show of the gig run on October 4th 2010 in Bexhill, before moving on to Oxford for a performance there the following evening.
Nash will play Birmingham on October 6th, before heading across the Irish Sea for shows in Limerick, Belfast and Dublin.
The multi-instrumentalist will then return to the British mainland for gigs in Manchester, Glasgow, Leeds and Cambridge, before bringing the tour to a close with a show in London on October 18th.
Nash has also announced she will be getting out her acoustic guitar for a special set broadcast over the internet today (June 22nd) at 19:00.
The singer is booked to play at Glastonbury Festival later this month, with the T in the Park and Oxegen festivals also on her schedule for the summer.Posted on 22 Jun 2010 14:19 to category : Music News
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