Lewis & Leigh Announce ‘Keep Your Ghost’ Tour for 2017

lewis-leighLewis & Leigh – Al Lewis from Wales and Alva Leigh from Mississippi – released their debut album ‘Ghost’ on Celticana Records in August of this year to rather impressive reviews, The Observer describing it as featuring “songs and harmonies that carry as much sweetness as sorrow.”  Which makes for a nice change.  It’s the culmination of a collaboration that began in 2014 when the two musicians first began writing together, and they’re hitting the road as it were from February next year for an extensive run of dates following a run of support dates with Deacon Blue this month. 

Lewis & Leigh 2017 UK Dates

03/02/2017     Friday              St Andrew’s In The Square – Glasgow
04/02/2017     Saturday          Eden Court – Inverness
05/02/2017     Sunday            Lemon Tree Lounge – Aberdeen
07/02/2017     Tuesday           Birnam Arts – Birnam
08/02/2017     Wednesday     Cumberland Arms – Newcastle
09/02/2017     Thursday         Brudenell Social Club – Leeds
10/02/2017     Friday              Gullivers – Manchester
12/02/2017     Sunday            The Running Horse – Nottingham
13/02/2017     Monday           Kitchen Garden Café – Birmingham
16/02/2017     Thursday         Con Club – Lewes
18/02/2017     Saturday          Unit 23 – Totnes
19/02/2017     Sunday            Golden Lion – Bristol
21/02/2017     Tuesday           Guildhall – Norwich
23/02/2017     Thursday         Pump & Grind – Ipswich
24/02/2017     Friday              Whitstable Sessions – Whitstable
03/03/2017     Friday              Wokingham Music Club – Wokingham
04/03/2017     Saturday          Swiss Cottage Sessions – Twyford
05/03/2017     Sunday            The Square Tower – Portsmouth
09/03/2017     Thursday         The Forge – Camden, London
10/03/2016     Friday              Evangelist Church – Oxford
17/03/2016     Friday              Acapella Sessions – Cardiff
18/03/2016     Saturday          ACE Space – Newbury

Author: Mark Whitfield

Mark Whitfield is the long-suffering editor of Americana UK, conceiving the idea in a dark room in 2001, although he ran out of words to personally review anything in about 2007.

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