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Paul Weller UK Tour to Visit Overlooked Locations Next Spring
The ‘Modfather’ Paul Weller will embark on a 14-date UK tour of ‘often missed’ towns and cities next spring, prior to the release of his as-yet-untitled 12th album – the follow up to 2012’s Sonik Kicks – expected in March/April 2015.

Earlier this year, Weller released More Modern Classics – a ‘best of’ collection covering the period 1999-2014 – and contributed a song to Olly Murs’ latest number one album. He also announced his intentions to record music with Boy George and Johnny Marr in the not-so-distant future.

Since his departure from The Jam in 1982, Weller has enjoyed a prolific career; covering jazz and soul with The Style Council, and multiple genres as a solo artist. According to the musician, his next album, will take more of an ‘old school R&B [rhythm and blues]’ direction.

The 2015 tour will start in Plymouth on Thursday the 5th of March and go on to cover Swindon, Portsmouth, Watford, Warwick, Stoke-On-Trent, Cambridge, Southend, Blackburn, Scunthorpe, Halifax and Carlisle, before finishing up in Edinburgh on Sunday the 22nd of March.

Tickets go on general sale today (Friday the 5th of December) at 9am.

Plymouth – Pavilions (5th of March)
Swindon – Oasis (6th)
Portsmouth – Guildhall (7th)
Watford – Colosseum (9th)
Warwick – Arts Centre (10th)
Stoke – Victoria Hall (12th)
Cambridge – Corn Exchange (13th)
Southend – Cliffs Pavilion (14th)
Blackburn – King George's Hall (16th)
Scunthorpe – Baths Hall (17th)
Halifax – Victoria Theatre (18th)
York – Barbican (20th)
Carlisle – Sands Centre (21st)
Edinburgh – Playhouse (22nd)





Published: 05 December 2014
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