||THE WILDHEARTS TOUR THE UK IN APRIL - VON HERTZEN BROTHERS AND HEY! HELLO! ADDED TO THE BILL
3 February 2014
The Wildhearts have add Von Hertzen Brothers to the lineup for their April 2014 UK Tour. The bill is completed by Classic Rock Award nominees - and another Ginger project - Hey! Hello!
"I'm beyond excited about having The Von Hertzen Brothers appear with The Wildhearts. They're one of the best bands in the world and I'm a huge fan. They're going to make a lot of friends on this tour, I can guarantee that" - adds Ginger.
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This tour will see Ginger reunited with his bandmates CJ & Ritch, and will welcome the return of Scott Sorry on bass.
Says Ginger: "The Wildhearts always seem to regroup when the timing is absolutely right for everyone. I absolutely cannot wait to get back onstage with the lads, and we're all excited to be playing with our brother Scott again."
Scott Sorry: "After a four year long break, I am excited as hell to hit the road again with The Wildhearts. April couldn't come soon enough."
Support band Hey! Hello! (Victoria Liedtke and Ginger Wildheart) scored a number 1 album with their debut self titled release in July, which was followed by a nomination in the "Best New Band" category at this years Classic Rock Awards. This will mark the band's very first tour.
"Ginger and I are so excited to finally be able to take Hey! Hello! on tour," says Victoria Liedtke. "It's been a long time coming!"
The Wildhearts UK Tour Dates are:
Tue 8th April 2014 Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall
Wed 9th April Bristol, Academy 1
Thu 10th April Manchester, Academy 1
Sat 12th April Nottingham Rock City
Sun 13th April Newcastle, Academy 1
Mon 14th April Glasgow, ABC
Wed 16th April Cambridge, Junction
Thu 17th April London, Electric Ballroom
Tickets are priced £20 (£22.50 London) - subject to booking fee - and are available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk and all usual outlets.
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