March 8, 2011 10:27

Paul Weller to join Kings Of Leon at Hyde Park

White Lies and Zac Brown Band also set for support slots

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Paul Weller is to play support slots at Kings Of Leon's Hyde Park shows in London this summer.

The former Jam man will support the Nashville rockers on June 22 and 23. The gigs are set to be his last two shows of the year.

White Lies and Zac Brown Band are also set to play support slots at the outdoor gigs.

Kings Of Leon are currently out of gigging action while drummer Nathan Followill recovers from surgery, having suffered a torn bicep. The sticksman was told to rest for three months following the January surgery, meaning he should be fit and well in time for the UK shows.

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