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?THE Cinematic Orchestra will headline Birmingham's O2 Institute on Wednesday, presenting material from next year's muchanticipated studio album. They will be joined by long time contributors Tom Chant, Luke Flowers and Heidi Vogel plus newest collaborators Moses Sumney, Tawiah and Melanie De Biasio.
? YOU Me At Six, whose new album Night People is out on January 13, have announced a tie-in spring tour that will stop off at Birmingham's O2 Academy on Monday, April 10.
? MADNESS will be joined by the Lightning Seeds on a tour to showcase new album Can't Touch Us Now, playing Nottingham's Motorpoint Arena on Monday, December 12 before winding up at Birmingham's Barclaycard Arena on Saturday, December 17.
? TAKE That have confirmed an extra Birmingham date on their Wonderland Live tour - they will now play the Genting Arena on Friday, May 5 as well as Thursday to Saturday June 1-3.
? MARTIN Stephenson and The Daintees will mark the 30th anniversary of Boat To Bolivia with a track-by-track tour that will stop off at Birmingham's O2 Institute on Friday November 25.
? REJJIE Snow, who this week unveiled new track Pink Beetle, has lined up a tour for next spring, calling in at Birmingham's O2 Institute on Friday, April 21 and Nottingham's Rescue Rooms on Monday, April 24.
? JAMES Arthur, the 2012 X Factor champ, will be introducing new album Back From The Edge on three December dates, including Birmingham Institute on the 21st, and a full spring tour that will stop off at Leicester's De Montfort on Tuesday, March 14 and Birmingham's O2 Academy on March 24.
? SINGER/SONGWRITER Frances, whose debut album Things I've Never Said is out on March 17, plays Birmingham's O2 Institute
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|Publication:||Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)|
|Date:||Nov 4, 2016|
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