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The Charlatans Announce 20th Anniversary Gig in London

Wednesday, 03 February 2010 Written by Nigel Sachdev
The Charlatans Announce 20th Anniversary Gig in London

To coincide with the 20th anniversary of The Charlatans’ debut album ‘Some Friendly’, the band have announced they will play the record, in full, at London’s Roundhouse on 31st May.

Revisiting chart successes and cult classics from the set that includes ‘The Only One I Know’, ‘Sproston Green’, ‘Then’ and more, the highly anticipated event will herald a reissued, expanded version of ‘Some Friendly’.

Currently holed up in the studio with legendary producer Youth (The Verve, Primal Scream, Killing Joke, Crowded House), The Charlatans will deliver their eleventh, as yet untitled studio album this June.

Taking five minutes out, frontman Tim Burgess said, "We're all really looking forward the show. It’s the first time we’ve played all the tracks from ‘Some Friendly’ in a set since the year it was released. It will be a great night."

The support act for this very special gig will be announced shortly.

Tickets for the show are priced from £25.00 and go on sale this Friday (Feb 5th) at 9am - click here for The Charlatans tickets.





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