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Gavin James Confirms Spring London O2 Forum Date, Announces Christmas 'RAK Sessions'

Thursday, 10 November 2016 Written by Jon Stickler

Gavin James has announced a show at London's O2 Forum for spring 2017.

The Irish singer-songwriter, who put out his debut album, 'Bitter Pill', in March, will play his biggest headline show to date at the north London venue on April 8, following a huge performance at Dublin's 3Arena and a stop at Reading's Sub 89 next month.

Alongside the announcement, James has also revealed he will release a collection of six classic Christmas covers, including Fairytale of New York, Driving Home for Christmas and White Christmas, which were recorded at RAK studios in London, on November 25.

Gavin James Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Fri December 09 2016 - DUBLIN 3Arena
Tue December 13 2016 - READING Sub 89
Sat April 08 2017 - LONDON O2 Forum

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