|26th March 2021|
O2 Academy Glasgow
121 Eglinton Street, Glasgow City Centre G5 9NT
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Rescheduled date 14th March to 31st August to 26th March 2021, original tickets remain valid.
With Michael Kiwanuka, it's all about the voice. A voice that he describes as "hitting straight through to the core" with direct, emotional songs about love, yearning, comfort and belonging. It's a voice that built him a following via MySpace and small London gigs, and led Paul Butler from The Bees to invite him to the band's Isle of Wight studio to lay down some introductory tracks. Which makes it all the more strange, really, that what Kiwanuka originally set out to be was a session guitarist who maybe wrote the odd song for other people.
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