|26th May 2022|
93-95 Hyndland Street, Glasgow West End G11 5PU
what3words location: hiking.rainy.carry
|£16.50 / £14.50|
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For over 30 years Boo Hewerdine has been considered one of the UK’s finest siger-songwriters. As lead singer of seminal band, The Bible through to his subsequent solo work and long-time collaboration with the incredible Eddi Reader he has become something of a national treasure.
He is in demand as a writer, producer and performer. Over a hundred of his songs have been covered by the likes of KD Lang, Kris Drever, Chris Difford, Heidi Talbot and Hanna Rarity. His last album ‘Before’ was recorded with supreme Danish multi-instrumentalist Gustaf Ljunggren. It garnered multiple five star reviews.
Since then he has release a lockdown EP, Singularities and 2022 sees a brand new album released on Reveal Records.
On this tour he will be singing songs from his new album and his extraordinary back catalogue. A naturally gifted raconteur his gigs are always a total joy.
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