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Gillian Glover tour dates

Gillain Glover - Red Handed album cover

Gillian Glover and her band have the following dates lined up in July:

  • The Bull & Gate, opposite Kentish Town tube, London, Thursday 19 July, doors 7:30pm.
  • The Prince of Wales, Woodham Road, Stowmaries, Nr Woodham Ferries, Essex, Saturday 21 July, performance from 9pm. Admission free.
  • The 12 Bar Club, Denmark Street, Tottenham Court Road tube, London, Wednesday 25 July, doors 7pm.

Gillian will undertake a more extensive tour in late September/early October 2007 before starting work on a new album. Meanwhile her debut album Red Handed, released 14 May, continues to receive excellent reviews, including this one.

Thanks to Tom Wilcox for the info.

10 Comments to “Gillian Glover tour dates”:

  1. 1
    Rascal says:

    An extensive tour indeed!

    The forthcoming Middlewich Folk and Boat Festival are always looking for acts to fill their 50 capacity Marquee!!

  2. 2
    Cranberry says:


    Gillian Glover…….wish it was Gillan & Glover

  3. 3
    Rob B says:

    Oh the cynics amongst us… Good luck to Gillian….(From Downunder)

  4. 4
    max says:

    It’s a very nice album in my book and I would surely go to see her live if she came to this region. (Though I am afraid there might be bright heads in the audience shouting out for Smoke on the water…)

  5. 5
    Craig says:

    You miserable sinners. She has a great voice, and is well worth checking out.

    So there


  6. 6
    Marcelo Soares says:

    I will be in London on the day of her show, and I’ll want to check her concert out. Is anybody going? If so, can we try to arrange for a beer?

  7. 7
    Marcelo Soares says:

    No one?

  8. 8
    Svante Pettersson says:

    I would love to, Marcelo, but I’m in London the week before…

  9. 9
    Ben Bell says:

    I went to see Gillian on the gig on the 25th, not expecting much. I have little time for the relatives of famous musicians adding a “recording career” to their list of toys, but my wife wanted to go.

    I thought she was absolutely magnificent. As other people will probably know, she’s very much doing her own thing musically and if you’re a dyed in the wool rocker with little interest in other things you’ll find it disappointing. Personally I thought she had a very good voice and real presence and her band provided good support and more besides. The CD is quite good but as with so many musicians it was transformed by being performed live.

    We’ll definitely be keeping an eye out for her in the future and while it would be nice to see her make a huge success of herself I’m selfishly hoping it won’t be too soon because it’s a treat to be able to see someone like this in a small venue.


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