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Kathryn Joseph Announces Spring UK And Ireland Headline Tour

Monday, 05 November 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Chris Leslie

Katheryn Joseph has announced a UK and Ireland tour for early 2019.

The Scottish singer-songwriter, who released 'From When I Wake The Want Is' via Rock Action in August, will be joined by regular collaborator Marcus Mackay for 14 shows including stops in Dublin, Belfast, Glasgow, Aberdeen and London, where she'll play the Union Chapel. Tickets go on sale at 9am on November 2.

Joseph is currently on the road supporting Virginia alt-country artist Neko Case. The current run of dates includes a show at London's Barbican Centre on November 8.

Kathryn Joseph Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows:

Sat January 19 2019 - DUBLIN Workmans Club
Sun January 20 2019 - BELFAST Out To Lunch
Sun February 17 2019 - HEBDEN BRIDGE Trades Club
Mon February 18 2019 - CAMBRIDGE Junction 2
Tue February 19 2019 - LONDON Union Chapel
Wed February 20 2019 - READING South Street Arts Centre
Thu February 21 2019 - BRIGHTON Unitarian Church
Fri February 22 2019 - MARGATE Radio Margate
Sun February 24 2019 - BRISTOL Colston Hall
Mon February 25 2019 - MANCHESTER YES (The Pink Room)
Tue February 26 2019 - GATESHEA Sage
Wed February 27 2019 - LEEDS Brudenell Social Club
Fri March 01 2019 - GLASGOW GUU Debating Chamber
Sun March 03 2019 - ABERDEEN Lemon Tree

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