Worry Dolls – ENDLESS ROAD Tour – TGE, Festivals And Ian Hunter Tour

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Endless Road is the title track from the album Go Get Gone, the song is a vulnerable look at the sacrifices we’ve and others, have had to make when choosing to be touring musicians. Having spent the best part of a year on the road, it’s about the realisation that this is a life commitment – we’ll always be moving; travelling; having to say goodbye. It’s about acceptance; “I may never find a place to call mine, but maybe that’s alright”. “


19 The Great Escape – Brighton, UK
19 Wood Festival – Oxfordshire, UK
20 Curzon Music Festival – Clevedon, UK
21 Folk at the Froize – Suffolk, UK

14 Old Fire Station – Carlisle, UK *
15 Otterton Mill – Devon, UK
16 Waterfront – Norwich, UK *
18 Arts Centre – Bingley, UK *
20 Hangar 34 – Liverpool, UK *
21 Stables – Milton Keynes, UK *

25 Town Hall – Birmingham, UK *
26 Guild Hall – Preston, UK *
28 Student Central (formerly ULU) – London, UK *

* With Ian Hunter

“Ian Hunter returns to the UK this Summer to play a second set of dates promoting last years release, “Fingers Crossed”, his first top forty chart entry since 1976.

Ian has personally invited Worry Dolls performing as a trio to join him on the dates above”

01 Maverick Festival, UK
13 Silverstone Under The Apple Tree Festival – Towncester, UK
16 Colston Hall Americana- Bristol, UK
22 SummerTyne Festival, UK
28 Cambridge Folk Festival, UK

12 Festival La Truite Magique – Belgium

25 The Workman’s Club – Dublin, IRL
26 MRK Events Presents – Derry, IRL
27 Crescent Arts – Belfast. IRL
28 Spirit Store – Dundalk, IRL
29 Brewery Corner – Kilkenny, IRL
30 Live at Sine-e – Cork, IRL

01 Levi’s Cornerhouse – Ballydehop, IRL

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For further information about Worry Dolls please contact

Sara Silver

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