British singer, songwriter and musician Andrew Roachford has today regretfully announced that his UK tour, due to commence Thursday March 26, will be rescheduled for later in the year.
BMG have also postponed the release of Roachford’s new studio album ‘Twice In A Lifetime’ which was scheduled for April 3rd. It will now be released on September 11th 2020.
Andrew Roachford comments: “I was so looking forward to playing these shows, however circumstances beyond anyone’s control has made this impossible, but the most important thing right now is that we look after each other in these difficult times. Ride the storm cos this show will go on” ?
Customers are advised to keep hold of tickets and wait for the new dates to be announced (dates to follow).
‘Twice In A Lifetime’ is Roachford’s 11th studio album. Three songs have already been released including the Radio 2 playlisted singles ‘Love Remedy’ and ‘High On Love’ and, most recently, ‘What We Had’, a duet with Beverley Knight. Listen HERE.
Andrew has released 10 studio albums and several greatest hits collections, been sought-after as a songwriter by the likes of Michael Jackson, Joss Stone and Chaka Khan, and consistently toured on his own and with contemporaries including Terence Trent D’Arby and The Christians. For the past nine years, Roachford has been part of Mike + the Mechanics, recording with Mike Rutherford’s post-Genesis band, playing live with them across the world. ‘Twice In A Lifetime’ is produced by Jimmy Hogarth, who has previously worked with Paolo Nutini, Duffy and Amy Winehouse, and features several members of Winehouse’s band.
UK Tour Rescheduled Dates – September 2020:
Thursday 10th – Manchester, O2 Ritz
Friday 11th – London, O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
Saturday 12th – Birmingham, O2 Academy2
Sunday 13th – Norwich Waterfront
Tuesday 15th – Glasgow Oran Mor
Wednesday 16th – Glasgow Oran Mor
Thursday 17th – Newcastle, O2 Academy
Saturday 19th – Bristol, O2 Academy2
Monday 21st – Brighton, Concorde 2