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Kele announces new tour dates
Electric guitar player Kele has announced a string of solo dates for this November.
The Bloc Party frontman turned solo artist is to play five UK dates during the month, starting off at the Institute Library in Birmingham on November 15th 2010.
Following that gig, he will travel to Glasgow to play at the Arches venue the next evening, before appearing at the Manchester Ritz on November 18th.
Kele will then perform at the London Electric Ballroom on November 19th before rounding off the tour at the Motion in Bristol the following night.
In June, Kele said he was not entirely sure whether Bloc Party would reform now he has embarked on a solo career where he is enjoying having full creative control.
"I'm not very good at restarting things in my personal life – like if I break up with someone, I tend to close the door," the electric guitar player told NME.
ÂPosted on 17 Aug 2010 11:35 to category : Music News
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