Badly Drawn Boy announces US tour

There’s also a new single on the way

Badly Drawn Boy announces US tour
Badly Drawn Boy has announced the dates of a US tour in March next year.

Damon Gough will play a date at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin during the east-to-west-coast tour. The Mancunian singer-songwriter will support his recent album ‘Born In The UK’.

The dates are as follows:

Philadelphia Theatre of Living Arts (March 3)
Somerville Massachusetts Theatre (5)
Washington DC 9.30 Club (6)
New York Webster Hall (7)
Detroit Majestic Theatre (9)
Chicago Metro (10)
Minneapolis Fine Line Music Cafe (11)
Nashville Exit (13)
Athens The Loft (14)
Austin Stubbs Bar-B-Q at SXSW (16)
Boulder Fox Theatre (18)
Salt Lake City Urban Lounge (19)
San Diego House of Blues (21)
Los Angeles El Rey Theatre (22)
San Francisco Great American Music Hall (23)
Portland Aladdin Theatre (25)
Seattle Neumo’s (26)

Badly Drawn Boy has also announced the release of a new single, ‘A Journey From A to B’, which will come out February 19.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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