added: 27 Oct 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk
Shed Seven will be embarking on their first full UK tour in two years and have just announced that Mark Morriss formerly of The Bluetones will be joining them as special guest support.
The acclaimed five piece and applauded live band will be performing their greatest hits and a selection of fan favourites this December including the ever popular hit singles 'Going For Gold', 'Disco Down" and 'Chasing Rainbows'.
Shed Seven have achieved great success since forming in 1990. They've released four albums, had 14 Top 40 singles and to celebrate the 15th anniversary of landmark album 'A Maximum High' in 2011 the band released a collector's edition EP which featured brand new versions of some of the hit tracks from the album.
Since getting back together in 2007 for a massive 20 date tour, Shed Seven have continued to sell out shows across the UK. This new December tour follows last year's appearances at T in the Park and V festival plus a selection of intimate live dates. Frontman Rick Witter said:
'The Sheds are pleased to announce that we will be touring again this year in the run up to the Christmas holidays. We've still got it, so yeah, we're gonna flaunt it... It's a great time to play and to be honest December wouldn't be the same without a Sheds gig would it? We are looking forward to playing once more for our ever loyal following. See you down the front....."
Dates are as follows
Fri 06 Newcastle O2 Academy
Sat 07 Manchester Academy SOLD OUT
Sun 08 Sheffield O2 Academy
Mon 09 Liverpool O2 Academy
Wed 11 Wolverhampton Wulfrun Hall
Thu 12 Glasgow Barrowlands SOLD OUT
Fri 13 York Barbican SOLD OUT
Sat 14 Birmingham Institute SOLD OUT
Mon 16 Northampton Roadmender SOLD OUT
Tue 17 Cambridge Junction
Wed 18 Nottingham Rock City
Fri 20 London Forum SOLD OUT
Sat 21 Leeds O2 Academy
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Shed Seven are: Rick Witter, Paul Banks, Tom Gladwin, Joe Johnson and Alan Leach
Mark Morriss ' twitter @thequill
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