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Tyler Bryant And The Shakedown Add Birmingham Date To Summer Tour

Wednesday, 16 May 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Tyler Bryant and the Shakedown have added a Birmingham stop to their summer tour plans.

The Nashville band will call at the O2 Academy on June 27, alongside their previously confirmed dates in Brighton, London  and Manchester. Tickets go on sale at 3pm on May 18.

The band are touring behind their self-titled sophomore full length, which arrived last year via Snakefarm Records.

Tyler Bryant And The Shakedown Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Mon June 25 2018 - BRIGHTON Sticky Mikes Frog Bar
Tue June 26 2018 - LONDON Dingwalls
Wed June 27 2018 - BIRMINGHAM O2 Academy Birmingham
Thu June 28 2018 - MANCHESTER Soup Kitchen
Fri June 29 2018 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club

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