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The Urban Voodoo Machine Announce 'Cheers For The Tears' UK Tour

Thursday, 08 March 2012 Written by Jon Stickler
The Urban Voodoo Machine Announce 'Cheers For The Tears' UK Tour

Led by the dark and charismatic Norwegian-born Paul-Ronney Angel, The Urban Voodoo Machine are to hit the road for their 'Cheers For The Tears' UK Tour in June.

The Urban Voodoo Machine, a collective of London-based musicians who have been bringing the spirit of the carnie to an ever-growing audience of dedicated fans since 2003, sound like they should be from the Deep South. Self-styled purveyors of 'Bourbon-soaked Gypsy Blues Bop 'n' stroll', The Urban Voodoo Machine also run a club nightGypsy Hotelon the first and third Saturday of the month atBardens Boudoir, featuring burlesque and alt-cabaret as well as live music.

Supporting their new single 'Cheers For The Tears', The Urban Voodoo Machine will visit Nottingham, Glasgow, York, Manchester, London and Bristol on their Summer UK tour. 'Cheers For The Tears' is released on 21st May and is taken from the band's album 'In Black N Red' out on 2nd May.

The Urban Voodoo Machine 2012 UK Tour Dates are as follows:

May 31st - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
June 1st - O2 ABC Glasgow
June 2nd - Duchess, York
June 3rd - Ruby Lounge, Manchester
June 5th - O2 Academy Islington, London
June 6th - Bristol Tunnels

The Urban Voodoo Machine Tickets are onsale from 9am on Friday 9th March, priced from 12.50. Click Here to Compare & Buy The Urban Voodoo Machine Tickets






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