Andy Burrows recruits Razorlight bandmate for solo gig

Johnny Borrell set to help out drummer in London

Andy Burrows recruits Razorlight bandmate for solo gig
Andy Burrows has recruited Razorlight bandmate Johnny Borrell as a special guest at his solo show on May 28.

The drummer is releasing his solo album 'The Colour Of My Dreams' on May 26, in aid of Naomi House Children's Hospice, and plays a one-off show at the Union Chapel in London on May 28.

He has now confirmed the special guests at the show will be Fyfe Dangerfield from Guillemots, Edith Bowman and Borrell. Support comes from Lucy Rose and The Boy Least Likely To.

To check the availability of Andy Burrows tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/GIGS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

Additionally, Burrows will auction off his drum kit from the show for the same cause. Bidding opens tomorrow (May 16) at 6pm (BST) and continues to May 26. Head to Colourofmydreams.com for more information.

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