Due to phenomenal demand Thin Lizzy have added a second London show to their January 2011 UK tour. The additional date is:
Sunday January 23rd - London, IndigO2 at the O2
Tickets are on sale now from all usual agents and outlets. VIP Packages available at www.thinlizzyfanclub.com
‘We are thrilled to be able to announce this second London show’ says Thin Lizzy Guitarist Scott Gorham, ‘the response to the new line Thin Lizzy lineup and demand for tickets has been amazing. To make the IndigO2 show special we will switch the set around and play stuff not in the regular tour set list.......together with all the classics that HAVE to be in every Lizzy show! We can’t wait to see you all in January’
In addition Thin Lizzy has added a special guest act (in addition to the already announced Supersuckers) to the following shows on their forthcoming 2011 tour.
FM will guest at London Hammersmith HMV Apollo - January 22nd.
The Union will guest at
Glasgow Academy – January 7th
Newcastle City Hall – January 8th
Wolverhampton Civic Hall – January 14th
Manchester Apollo – January 15th
London IndigO2 – January 23rd
FM - the legendary UK AOR band reformed three years ago, releasing the critically acclaimed album “Metropolis” in March 2010. The new album has produced two Radio 2 playlisted singles – “Hollow” and “Bring Back Yesterday” – which sit alongside such past classics as “Frozen Heart”, “American Girls” and their cover of Marvin Gaye’s “Heard It Through the Grapvine”. 2010 also saw the band grace the main stage at the Download Festival.
The Union – following the critically acclaimed release of their debut album “The Union” in 2010, the band completed two sold out UK tours in addition to appearances at Sonisphere and High Voltage festivals. The band, ex Thunder guitarist Luke Morley and ex Winterville Vocalist Pete Shoulder, produce a very modern take on classic styles. Merging modern and classic rock, blues and country, the bands impeccable songwriting is pulled together by the uniquely powerful and emotive vocals. Peter Shoulder is one of only three British artists (the other two being Eric Clapton and Peter Green) to win a W.C. Handy Blues Foundation award, presented in Memphis in 2006 for co-writing the American Blues Song of the year 2006.