The Good, The Bad & The Queen announce one-off London show – ticket details

Damon Albarn and co announce their first live show since 2008

The Good, The Bad & The Queen have announced a one-off show for later this year.

The band, who haven’t played live together since 2008, will play London‘s Coronet on November 10.

The show is being hosted to celebrate 40 years of the environmental charity Greenpeace, with bassist Paul Simonon saying of the gig: “We’ve always supported Greenpeace and their amazing work. It should be a great night, we’re really looking forward to it.”


The Good, The Bad & The Queen feature Blur/Gorillaz man Damon Albarn, Simonon, former guitarist with The Verve Simon Tong and drummer Tony Allen in their line-up. They last performed together at a fundraiser for LoveMusicHateRacism in April 2008.

They have not given any indication as to whether this live show signals their intention to record new material as a band.

Tickets go onsale on Friday (October 7) at 9am (BST). To check the availability of The Good, The Bad & The Queen tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.


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