Brighton preview: Frank Turner @ Corn Exchange – 28 November 2012

Start Date:November 28, 2012

Brighton preview: Frank Turner @ Corn Exchange - 28 November 2012Frank Turner will be embarking on a full UK tour through November and December of 2012 and on Wednesday 28 November he will be playing at the Brighton Corn Exchange.

The former Million Dead singer will be playing 18 dates across the country and he will also be releasing a special limited edition 7’ vinyl of his new AA single ‘I Still Believe’ and ‘Somebody To Love’ on Record Store Day (21 April).

Frank Turner has had an exceptional couple of years; a huge sold out 2011 UK tour culminating at Hammersmith Apollo, Main Stage sets at Reading and Leeds, winning two AIM Awards for Best Live Act and Hardest Working Act, a top 12 album ‘England Keep My Bones’ and his biggest headline show at Wembley Arena.

This new tour does see Frank heading to every corner of the country and we are especially excited about his Brighton show. Even though it is a long way off we are all putting 28 November into our diaries as this is a show that is sure to sell out quickly.

His acoustic punk has made him into something of a cult star and his year got even busier when you consider the release of his ‘Second Three Years’ – a collection of live tracks, sessions, cover versions, b-sides and lost songs from the past three years. The collection features live recordings of the traditional folk song ‘Barbara Allen’ from Shepherd’s Bush and the show-stopping ‘Father’s Day’ from Union Chapel both in 2009; covers versions of Springsteen, Nirvana, NOFX and Flanders & Swann to name a few as well as session tracks from Radio 1 and the bonus tracks featured on the limited deluxe edition of ‘England Keep My Bones’.

Special guests for the show will be announced soon and to get your tickets head over to

Picture courtesy of Erik Weiss.

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