Adam Green postpones UK tour

But they've been rescheduled...

ADAM GREEN has postponed his UK tour.

The singer was due to come to the UK next month for shows, but the dates will now be rescheduled for March 2006 because of “recording commitments”.

Adam said: “Unfortunately I have been touring constantly this year and have not been able to get in the studio to finish my new album. The decision to postpone these dates was not taken lightly, I just realized if I was to do these dates I would never get the album finished in time for its scheduled release in March next year. I hope you can understand the predicament I was in.”


The postponed dates are:

London Mean Fiddler (September 21)

Birmingham Barfly (22)

Sheffield Room (24)

Leeds Cockpit (25)

Manchester Academy 3 (26)


Glasgow Oran Mor (27)

Edinburgh Cabaret Voltaire (29)

Norwich Arts Centre (30)

Brighton Concorde (October 1)


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