Graham Parker And The Rumour BIRMINGHAM - Tickets

Graham Parker And The Rumour BIRMINGHAM - Tickets
Sat, 31/05/14, 19:00 O2 Academy Birmingham
16-18 Horsefair, Bristol Street, B1 1DB BIRMINGHAM

Due to the phenomenal reaction from Graham Parker and The Rumour’s 2013 reunion tour, brand new dates across the UK have been announced.

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Due to the phenomenal reaction from Graham Parker and The Rumour’s 2013 reunion tour, brand new dates across the UK have just been announced for April 2014, including shows at O2Academy venues in Bournemouth, Birmingham, Newcastle as well as Nottingham and Manchester, and ending with now two shows at London’s prestigious O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire.

After a triumphant return to the stage for just five shows in 2013, Graham Parker received rave reviews from the music critics and a much lauded appearance on LATER LIVE WITH JOOLS HOLLAND (BBC 2 - 29th October 2013).

Enjoy the performance of ‘Long Emotional Ride’ here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToQKWrUnOAA .

Classic British rock legends, the band are well and truly back after more than three decades, with a back catalogue of tracks from their impressive forty year career.

"Are you ready for Part Two?” says Graham Parker. “After the response to our last UK tour, our first in over 30 years, the Rumour and I certainly are, with Europe in the mix as well. Let's do this!"

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    Graham Parker and The Rumour
      4.8 stars, from 6 Fan reports
  • Leeds - O2 Academy Leeds

    22/10/13

    Theyre back, and just as great! from Nytechy, 01/12/13
    It was just like Sheffield City Hall & Trent Poly in 1977, on the Heat Treatment tour; Ive still got the poster. Still buzzing!
  • Bristol - O2 Academy Bristol

    25/10/13

    The wait was well worth it! from Brian, 30/10/13
    I have been a fan since 1976 and the Heat Treatment album, so i waited over 36 years to catch a live performance. It was well worth it, they were brilliant.
  • Leeds - O2 Academy Leeds

    22/10/13

    Triumphant return for Graham Parker & the Rumour from Busby, 29/10/13
    Enjoyed great gig seeing Graham Parker & the Rumour at Leeds O2 Academy. GP in good voice & all the band were in top form as they rolled back the years dipping into their extensive back catalogue. Highlights for me were White Honey, Hotel Chambermaid, Watch The Moon Come Down and of course Dont Ask Me Questions. You can see them on Later with Jools Holland on 29th October. Great atmosphere at an excellent venue. Great support from the Silver Seas from Tennessee too

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Artist Biography

In the spring of 1975, Graham Parker, a 24-year-old petrol pump attendant from Surrey, England, began to drive up to London to meet like-minded musicians and get a backing band behind his songs, which he now considered to be stronger and more interesting than anything he was hearing on the radio. By placing an advert in the Melody Maker he met Noel...
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