Friday, 20 April 2018

The Shires new album is OUT & Tickets for Thomas Rhett & Lee Ann Womack UK dates on GENERAL SALE

Thomas Rhett
He has announced his return to the UK later this year with a special headline show at the Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith on Saturday November 17th. 
General sale: Friday 20th April - 09:00 AM

Saturday 17th November 2018 - Eventim Apollo, London (45 Queen Caroline Street, W6 9QH LONDON)
Stalls Standing £35.00* - £100.00* | Circle £28.50* - £100.00*
Tickets available from Ticketmaster UK and Live Nation

Lee Ann Womack plus special guest Charlie Worsham
Tickets on sale: 9AM, 20 April

Lee Ann Womack will bring her ALL THE TROUBLE TOUR to the UK in September, before an appearance at the Long Road Festival in Leicestershire (See BLOG POST with FULL Details here)

Tues 4 September 2018 - St Luke's, Glasgow (Calton 17 Bain Street, G40 2JZ) £27.60 (£24.50 + booking)
Thurs 6 September 2018 - RNCM Concert Hall, Manchester (124 Oxford Road, M13 9RD) £27.60 (£24.50 + booking)
Friday 7 September 2018 - Union Chapel, London (Compton Terrace, Off Upper ST, London, N1 2XD) £31.10 (£27.50 + booking)

See our UK Tour Dates Page (2018 UK Tours, LONDON Concert & Gig Dates, Festival Events)  

The Shires new  album Accidentally on Purpose is OUT!
Amazon UK (£9.99)

(20 April 2018) The Shires - Accidentally on Purpose (Decca (UMO)
12 Tracks/ Time: 41:15
Amazon UK (£9.99 + Includes FREE MP3 version)

UK iTunes (£10.99)

The Shires new 12 track album Accidentally on Purpose is out. 
It has debuted at No.1 on UK Country iTunes chart and #2 on the UK all genres iTunes chart!

Overall Fantastic Album” – Building Our Own Nashville

The UK’s largest selling Country act of all time returns with a ‘crucial’ third album that blows everything else they’ve ever done out of the water! -  You Are Going To Flip….With ‘AOP’ they’ve only gone and blown the bloody doors well and truly off – everything is up for grabs now and the possibilities are endless.” -   (Lyric Magazine/ Your Life In A Song)

The amazing 'Accidentally On Purpose' is out now... Buy” -  Country2Country

HMV East Kilbride - #NewMusicFriday! The fantastic The Shires have a brilliant new album out today


Building Our Own Nashville - The future is incredibly bright for The Shires and they will not only dominate the UK country scene but will overflow into the mainstream too, especially if they continue down this route.
AOP holds all the best qualities of The Shires best sounds blended with the strongest of US Country pop delivering an overall fantastic album that will appeal to a wide variety of music lovers.

Celebmix  RATING: 5/5: The album kicks off with ‘The Hard Way’ which starts with Ben Earle’s stunning solo vocal before Crissie Rhodes arrives to showcase her sublime vocals. They then come together to create a supreme harmony that creates a beautiful sound. It’s a really gorgeous ballad that leads to a hand-clapping, sing-a-long chorus with a message of “what could have been”…….......The penultimate song on the LP is ‘World Without You’ which is sensational track that starts out as stripped back ballad about not wanting to be without that someone special. ….‘Accidentally On Purpose’ comes to close with ‘Loving You Too Long’ which is another piano heavy track that is so sonically simple yet so genius in its simplicity.  It’s a beautiful song to end the record on as it brings together all the sounds and styles of the whole LP on one track to create a breathtaking ballad.

Ben Earle: "It was a big step on for us it is definitely more towards the POP side but I think what retains the countryness for us is the way we wrote the songs. We sat down in a room and wrote them generally on a guitar and a piano and as long as you have the great building block of the song, the foundation, the most important thing in some respects then you can take it wherever you want sound wise and that's what we kinda did to have a bigger poppier sounding record this time around"

Spotify have Accidently On Purpose LEAKED the WHOLE album for FREE!

The Shires 2018 UK Tour 22 Dates

Support special guests Andy Brown and Sinead Burgess

Say 12 May 2018 - Guildford, G Live (London Road, Guildford, GU1 2AA | Capacity: 1700) From £27.50 - £38.50 Ticketmaster UK - See Tickets
Sun 13 May 2018 – Bournemouth, Pavilion Theatre (Westover Road, BH1 2BU | 1012 in fixed seats on a raked floor, with a further 446 in the circle) £25.85 - £36.85 (includes booking fee) Ticketmaster UK
Mon 14 May 2018 – Cardiff, St David's Hall (The Hayes, CF10 1AH | Capacity: 2000) £26.25 - £37.25 (includes booking fee) Ticketmaster UK
Wed 16 May 2018 – Bristol, Colston Hall (Colston Street, BS1 5AR | Capacity: 2075) £25.85 - £36.85 (includes booking fee)
Fri 18 May 2018 – London, Royal Albert Hall (Kensington Gore, SW7 2AP | Capacity: 5272) Event
Sat 19 May 2018 -  Folkestone, Leas Cliff Hall (Leas Cliff Hall, The Leas, Kent CT20 2DZ) From £27.22 - £38.22 See Tickets
Sun May 2018 – Sheffield, City Hall (Barker's Pool, Sheffield S1 2JA) £25.85 - £36.85 (includes booking fee) Ticketmaster UK
Tues 22 May 2018 – Ipswich, Regent Theatre (3 St. Helen's St, Ipswich IP4 1HE) £25.85 - £36.85 (includes booking fee)
Weds 23 May 2018 – Cambridge, Corn Exchange (Wheeler Street, CB2 3QB | Capacity: 1400) £25.85 - £36.85 (includes booking fee)
Thurs 24 May 2018 – Oxford, New Theatre (George Street, Oxford OX1 2AG | Capacity: 1800)
Sun 27 May 2018 – Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall (Nottingham; Theatre Square, NG1 5ND | Capacity: 2475) Ticketmaster UK
Mon 28 May 2018 – Gateshead, The Sage (St Marys Square, Gateshead Quays NE8 2JR | Capacity: 1640)
Weds 30 May 2018 – Carlisle, Sands Centre (The Sands, CA1 1JQ | Capacity: 1400) From £25.85 - £36.85 Ticketmaster UK
Thurs 31 May 2018 – York, Barbican (Paragon Centre, YO10 4NT | Capacity: 1900) From £26.45 - £37.45 See Tickets
Fri 1 June 2018 – Birmingham, Symphony Hall (Broad Street, B1 2EA | Capacity: 2262)
Sun 3 June 2018 - Stoke-On-Trent, Victoria Hall (Bagnall Street, Hanley, Staffordshire ST1 3AD Capacity: 1500) £27.22 - £38.22 (includes booking fee) Ticketmaster UK
Mon 4 June 2018 – Liverpool, Philharmonic Hall (36 Hope Street, Merseyside L1 9BP | Capacity: 2381) £25.85 - £36.85 (includes booking fee)
Tues 5 June 2018 – Llandudno, Venue Cymru (The Promenade, Gwynedd LL30 1BB | Capacity: 2500) £32.50 - £37.25 (includes booking fee) Ticketmaster UK
Weds 6 June 2018 – Manchester, Bridgewater Hall (Lower Moseley Street, Lancashire M2 3WS | Capacity: 2400) £25.85 - £36.85 (includes booking fee)
Fri 8 June 2018 – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall (South Sherwood Street, NG1 5ND; Venue Capacity: 2500) From £25.85 - £36.85 See Tickets
Sat 9 June 2018 – Brighton, Dome (Church Street, East Sussex BN1 1UE | 1,860 capacity) £25.85 - £36.85 (includes booking fee)
Sun 10 June 2018 – Basingstoke, The Anvil (Churchill Way, Basingstoke, RG21 7QR)

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