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Been a fan of James since the 90's and had only seen them once before in Manchester in the Mid 90's (appx) but I am a music fan period and I see a lot of bands/singers but rarely does a gig blow you out of your socks and through the doors like the Llandudno event did - Five new songs on the set-list from the forthcoming album to be released in August - every new song was awesome!

There was something about the band AND the

audience at the gig but I couldn't put my finger on it and I left the gig with one goal in mind.... attend Parr Hall Warrington the night after... I tried but it was in vain due to the demand and was sold out 10 minutes after the tickets went on sale. (Source Parr Hall Box Office)

So, after obtaining a ticket from a great fan in Prestwich Manchester on THE DAY, it was on to the King Georges Hall Blackburn on the Saturday night.

I didn't think the band could top Llandudno but the feedback from Warrington was amazing and then they performed at Blackburn... I can only describe the gig as IMMENSE! By now I'm out of socks, blown off by the energy from the band and

the fans... An explosive unification of sound and love....

I needed a recovery period as I have disabilities, and it was Tuesday I was reading the reviews on Halifax - I just inquisitively had a check on a fan-fan site to see if any poor soul couldn't attend and would sell their ticket for Middlesbrough... lol

Up I went to Cleveland on Wednesday for the hat-trick. Honest opinion, I think the all-seater venue had a slight dampening effect on both band and crowd although it was still a fantastic gig, it just lacked that explosion that I experienced at the previous two, but take nothing away, this was still an awesome evening.

I dare say, had I not already been committed to another event on the night of the Finale to the tour in Scunthorpe a couple of days later, I'm sure I would have been heading over the Pennines AGAIN lol

The new album 'Living in Extraordinary Times' is set for release on 3rd August and to showcase the album the band are playing the rebuilt (2010) Scarborough Open Air Theatre on 18th August, with it's 6500 capacity, I can't see there being tickets available for long.

(In order to appease younger fans that may not get tickets, Scarborough had to ask Britney Spears to play the 17th August as a second prize for them (lol - Only joking) but it does highlight the attraction of this venue and looking down the list of Artists having played the venue, the names get bigger each year,

culminating in 2018 hosting The Script, Gary Barlow, Steps, (My sister tells me this group can sell-out 20-30,000 arenas??) Alfoe Boe, Il Divo and Bastille. THE Great Tom Jones having played in July 2017

The O.A.T is rapidly turning into a must play venue for the top artists and thus the arrival of James and the army of souls that are connected to this remarkable band, both musically and spiritually, will descend on Scarborough with a treat in store for many people at the gig AND within earshot -

What is certain to be the new anthem of James, MANY FACES, has the most poignant chorus sang by the entire audience for 2-3 minutes, (last tour appx's) in my opinion, if carried on the a low cloud it has the potential to bring the town and it's visitors to a standstill - this is an incredible experience both being in the audience singing along and hearing it.

Lead singer Tim Booth had encouraged the audience at Venue Cymru (Opening night of the tour) to sing along with the chorus, but I'm not sure even he and the other band members could have expected the reaction from them - EVERYONE was singing these touching four lines back to them. This for me and my three attendances was the highlight of the tour.

(although available to hear on you tube and was heard live on Jools Holland's show (09/06) the mobile phone recordings at the venues and the missing 3,000 backing singers on Jools's show couldn't reflect the soul caressing emotion the lyrics heard/felt in that fashion induce)

Llandudno 9/10 - Blackburn 10/10 - Middlesborough 8/10 (The all seater venue just took away a slight edge but still great) Overall 27/30 - As a gig attendee for nearly 40 years now, I like to think I can give fair critical analysis of a performance, the fact I attended three gigs in a week states a lot and using a score from 20 for a single event, 16/20 would be outstanding for any band/artist, only Amy Macdonald, Birdy, Nerina Pallot and Stiff Little Fingers (in my opinion only) have emulated James in the past couple of years..

If you ever can... YOU MUST SEE JAMES - It's a music experience you will never forget....Needless to say my ticket for the Scarborough event is already sitting in my drawer...

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James is not a person. That’s the first fact we need to clear up. The second is that their best song is “Sit Down” (which was infamously beaten to the top of the charts by a certain Mr Chesney Hawkes).

The band has been recording and performing together for most of the last thirty years and has produced so broad a range of music with a fluctuating line-up that they are hard to categorise. Once they were folky, then they mastered late-‘80s jangly guitars, recorded an excellent live album and saw their record company go bust. Then their sound matured: they neatly side-stepped the Madchester scene while riding on its coat-tails to popular acclaim, became big on American college radio with “Laid” and recorded an album of experimental tunes with Brian Eno. They’ve worked with him since too.

I first saw the band perform live at the Leeds Town & Country Club in 1992. They could have filled bigger venues but they chose instead to perform an acoustic tour in preparation for their upcoming gigs with Neil Young. Stripped of their electric backing, some bands flounder. Not James. The band understands the importance of melody and in Tim Booth they have a singer whose lyrics poetically expose his vulnerabilities. Their 2011 tour with the Orchestra of the Swan and Manchester Consort Choir similarly demonstrated the strength and versatility of the band’s music.

Yet this band’s sound can just as easily fill arenas. In Manchester, their home, Booth will gladly walk among the audience of the Arena as he sings before returning to the stage for the band to unleash the full power of its art. In conclusion, this is a band which will adapt its sound to the venue and whose next step can never be predicted. See them at a venue near you.

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I first saw James live back in 1998, when I was just fifteen. I saw them a further four times between 1999 and 2001, but haven't seen them since.

I can't properly describe how amazing they were last night (10th May 2016). I was expecting the band to be good, but not THAT good! They may even have been better than the last time I saw them.

I was (as always) front and centre, so got to witness the entire performance close up.

Tim Booth's voice was haunting, passionate and beautiful. His stage presence as ever enigmatic, dancing like a man possessed.

The band were on point, the musical arrangements stunning with the use of strings and brass making their old and new hits sound orchestral in the vintage grandeur of the Bournemouth O2.

I know James are pros at audience inclusion, and Tim is prone to wander the crowd during gigs, but to have him stood above me on the barrier, then crowd surf across me was brilliant! Then for him to climb back up on the barrier later and come down to dance with us was awesome! I danced with him once before, in Brighton, but really wasn't expecting to have so much interaction with him again this time.

The new album is great, and the setlist really brought old and new together in a seamless way.

I really did have a brilliant night, and will make sure I don't leave it another 15 years to see James live again, even though I'm sure they'll still be performing by then - in fact I'm pretty sure Tim Booth will last longer than I will (despite him being 23 years my senior) judging by his energy and how I feel today!!

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Been a fan of James since the 90's, I am a music fan period and I see a lot of bands/singers but rarely does a gig blow you through the doors like the Llandudno event did - Five new songs on the set-list from the forthcoming album to be released in August - every new song was awesome!

There was something about the band AND the audience at the gig but I couldn't put my finger on it

I left the gig with one goal in mind.... attend Parr Hall Warrington the night after... I tried but it was in vain, so it was on to the King Georges Hall Blackburn on the Saturday night -

I didn't think the band could top Llandudno but the feedback from Warrington was amazing and then they did Blackburn...IMMENSE evening! By now I'm out of socks, blown off by the energy from the band and the fans... An explosive unification of sound and love....

I needed a recovery period as I have disabilities, and it was Tuesday I was reading the reviews on Halifax and I immediately began to 'see' if there was availability for Middlesbrough... lol

Up I went to Cleveland on Wednesday for the hat-trick. Honest opinion, I think the all-seater venue had a slight dampening effect on both band and crowd although it was still a fantastic gig, it just lacked that explosion that I experienced at the previous two. I am already commited to an event on Friday or I would have been on the mission to Scunthorpe for the finale.... If you ever can... YOU MUST SEE JAMES - It's a music experience you will never forget....

"I'm going to see James tonight" is a comment usually met by the response "Who?" or "Weren't they popular in the 90's?" "Oh , I remember them, Oh Sit Down..." etc But let me tell you this band is still amazing. They are current (new album out this year), they are nostalgia (Sit Down) they were ahead of their time in the 80's and the lead singer is as mad as a box of frogs but bloody hell he can sing. Tim Booth is the eccentric lead man of a band full of excellent musicians. The music is many layered and Tim Booth is hypnotic. He dances like he is melting into a spiral and you can't take your eyes off him. I have seen them 3 times now and you get between two and two and a half hours of solid music. He has as much energy and enthusiasm at the finish as he does at the start of the set . The gig on 23.11.14 at the NIA Birmingham was a mix of old and new material. Highlights of which were Tim crowd surfing and singing without missing a note, he appeared in the stands and was mobbed by fans but yet again note perfect. The only disappointment was that they had to miss out some of their big hit s like "She's a star" but I am still incredulous that they didn't do "Sit Down" But, do you know what?, the atmosphere at that concert was electric without it and anymore excitement and I think the crowd would have spontaneously combusted!

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I've lost count of how many times I've seen James. Big venues, intimate venues, even rubbish venues - always astounding. Seeing them has become a pilgrimage rather than a night out and this is how they infect you. They attract & encourage an eclectic crowd who are always well behaved (apart from the dope who threw a bottle and who Tim insisted be ejected - proceless). The set list is always a surprise so beware, familiarise yourself with the back catalogue before you go, no song is so sacred as to leave it out eg "Sit Down" made it last night but I've not heard it live for years. Tim holds the audience in the palm of his hand and jokes that they are not perfect that James "f**k up", but surely that is in itself perfect, reminding you there are human beings creating the sound. To me it's beautiful. Top tip - put your phone away, see through your own eyes, get lost in the music and beckon Tim over. He's likely to accept the invitation. I understand & respect if James aren't your bag but please, please, please find an artist/group that is & watch them live. You won't regret it. I've been to Castlefield Bowl twice and really rate it. A natural space for theatre and really well organised.

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Probably my best James gig ever though I've many to choose from! Stunning location and backdrop of the stained glass windows and domed ceiling of the Albert Hall,. Starting with an excellent set from Slow Readers CLub, James treated us to an improvised mini set/jam/Q&A plus some songs with a 4 piece string ensemble including a heartfelt and sublime version of Sit Down (not a song they play too often), James Allen of Glasvegas also played some songs before our James returned to indulge us with a gorgeous mixture of old and new tracks. My personal highlight was Come Home/ (but then maybe it always is) but in the heart of Manchester it was even more special. They never ever disappoint and always seem to strike the right balance of much loved classics, something you've not heard for a while and what's to come in the future. Brilliant night, a very worthy cause, wonderful crowd and a night you could just lose yourself in!

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Absolutely fantastic. James is a wonderful band. I've been a fan since I first got the album, Laid on cassette in high school. However this is my first time to see the band live. The lead singer, Tim Booth was a wonderful show man and the band was really killing it! The band members are talented musicians, there was a horn player and a mandolin even came out at one point. The crowd was entranced and loving the performance. If you get a chance to see James live, I really think you should. I didn't even get to see the main act, Psychedelic Furs but I wasn't disappointed at all. I completely got my money's worth! I would recommend looking into seeing James as a main act. I missed out on "Say Something" and "She's a Star" because there was no time for an encore but the crowd was really wanting one!

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I decided to head to see James on my birthday at the echo arena in Liverpool. And also that i was gonna busk me and my mate way in one way or the other. So i made a sign and found a good pitch just outside the arena. It didn't take long to get some tickets off some kind people who had spares for one reason or the other. made a few beer tokens too so we headed in and found our seats. I've been to see them many times before and they were as good as ever. We enjoyed Born of Frustration the most as he started the song stood right beside. There's a few youtube clips that show my mate offering Tim Booth a beer before he goes climbing through the audience. See you in Brixton and Birmingham in a few days x

Wow, what an amazing venue, definitely going back there, James came on just like a support act, no smoke, no bells and whistles, just casually walked onto the stage, took their places and played an amazing acoustic set, so laid back but brilliant, then they left the stage, "see you later" said Tim

Sure enough, back on they came to the more familiar smoke and darkness, although Tim was on crouches, that didn't stop him from dancing, it did, however, stop him from his usual surf crowding, and dance away he did, along with just about everyone else in the venue when I looked around, what a fantastic night, thank you James, yet again, just brilliant, can't wait to see you again and again and again.

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14 November 2022, 14:28 | Updated: 14 November 2022, 14:38

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The Manchester legends are celebrating their 40th anniversary with a new double album and orchestral tour dates. Find out how to buy tickets.

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James has announced the release of a double album and tour.

In honour of their 40th anniversary, the Manchester band's double album will feature new versions of their greatest hits, fan favourites and deep cuts recorded a Blueprint Studios, Manchester with a 22-piece orchestra and gospel choir.

The record - which is arranged and conducted by Joe Duddell - will also include a new track, with full formats and tracklisting soon to be announced.

Along with the new release comes the announcement of the James Lasted tour which will see the band head out on dates across the UK, which culminate in a show at London's iconic Royal Albert Hall.

Find out everything we know about the gigs below.

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25th April 2023: Brighton, Brighton Dome

26th April 2023:Cardiff, Saint Davids Hall

28th April 2023: York, York Barbican

29th April 2023: Edinburgh, The Usher Hall

1st Glasgow, SEC Armadillo

2nd Newcastle, 02 City Hall Newcastle

4th Sheffield, City hall

5th Birmingham, Symphony Hall

7th Liverpool, Philharmonic hall

9th Manchester, 02 Apollo

10th Manchester, 02 Apollo

12th Blackpool, Opera House

13th Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall

15th Bath, Forum

17th London, Royal Albert Hall

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, we are very proud to announce our upcoming 16 date UK tour ‘James Lasted’ and a double album release, both featuring Orca 22 (a 22-piece orchestra) and gospel choir. Pre-order to get pre-sale ticket access: https://t.co/DwpGrAUESZ pic.twitter.com/bYwxhCG1Ar — James (@wearejames) November 11, 2022

When do James' 2023 tickets go on sale?

Tickets for James' Lasted tour go on general sale from Friday 18th December at 9.30am from wearejames.com, www.gigsandtours.com and www.ticketmaster.co.uk.

Fans can pre-order the band's new album from their official store here to gain access to the pre-sale on Wednesday 16th November at 9.30am.

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, we are very proud to announce our upcoming 16 date UK tour ‘James Lasted’ and a double album release, both featuring a 22-piece orchestra and gospel choir! Pre-order the CD for exclusive pre-sale access to tickets: https://t.co/Kh34ggnP7i pic.twitter.com/hlr0PIpj6Z — James (@wearejames) November 11, 2022

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James' support acts and special guests are still to be announced.

James frontman Tim Booth says of the milestone “There are a number of great bands who have been around for 40. But to get here and to be having the best time of our lives. To be part of a supportive loving  family that still has something to say and new ways to say it. To be turned on by every gig and song. To fall in love over and over again, Groundhog Day, with our bandmates and audience. Damn. That’s time well spent.

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James marks 40th anniversary with album of orchestral re-recordings — hear “She’s a Star”

Manchester favorites James are celebrating their 40th anniversary with an album of 20 re-recorded classics and deeper cuts “re-imagined” with a 22-piece orchestra and an 8-piece choir — and they’re taking the orchestral show on the road this month in the U.K.

Check out the new version of “She’s a Star,” originally off of 1997’s Whiplash , below.

The double album Be Opened By The Wonderful: 40 Years Orchestrated is due out June 9 digitally and on double CD and double vinyl in the U.K. (Pre-order: Amazon.co.uk ), though it appears it may only be a digital release in the U.S. (Pre-order: Amazon.com , Apple Music ).

The record finds Tim Booth and Co. performing newly arranged versions of such favorites as “Sit Down,” “Say Something” and “Laid.” There are 20 songs in total on the digital and CD releases, but one song — “Hymn from a Village” — is omitted from the 19-track double-vinyl release.

Of the project, Booth says:

“Life begins at 40. For our midlife euphoria we recorded a double orchestral album of some of our deepest cuts.”

The band also is touring the U.K. in April and May with an orchestra, and also has a number of festival dates set for this summer.

Below, check out the new song, the full tracklist of the album — and those tour dates.

James, Be Opened By The Wonderful: 40 Years Orchestrated

DISC 1 1. “Sometimes” 2. “Love Make a Fool” 3. “We’re Gonna Miss You” 4. “Tomorrow” 5. “The Lake” 6. “She’s a Star” 7. “Lookaway” 8. “Sit Down” 9. “Alaskan Pipeline”

DISC 2 1. “Someone’s Got It in for Me” 2. “Hey Ma” 3. “Hello” 4. “Beautiful Beaches” 5. “Why So Close” 6. “Medieval” 7. “Hymn from a Village” * 8. “Say Something” 9. “Top of the World” 10. “Moving On” 11. “Laid”

* Does not appear on vinyl edition

James tour dates 2023

UK Orchestral Tour April 25: Brighton Dome, Brighton, East Sussex April 26: St David’s Hall,Cardiff, Wales April 28: York Barbican, York, North Yorkshire April 29: Usher Hall, Edinburgh, Scotland May 1: SEC Armadillo, Glasgow, Scotland May 2: O2 City Hall, Newcastle upon Tyne May 4: City Hall, Sheffield, South Yorkshire May 5: Symphony Hall, Birmingham, West Midlands May 7: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool, Merseyside May 9: The Apollo, Manchester May 10: The Apollo, Manchester May 12: Blackpool Opera House, Winter Gardens, Blackpool, Lancashire May 13: Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham, East Midlands May 15: The Forum, Bath, Somerset May 17: Royal Albert Hall, London

Summer Festival Season May 28: In It Together Festival, Margam, Wales June 20: The Civic at The Halls Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton June 23: Bristol Sounds, Canons Marsh Amphitheatre, Bristol Harbourside July 2: On The Waterfront: Liverpool Pier Head, Liverpool, Merseyside July 7: The Piece Hall, Halifax, West Yorkshire July 8: The Piece Hall, Halifax, West Yorkshire July 10: Odeon of Herodes Atticus (orchestral), Athens, Greece July 12: Moni Lazariston, Thessaloniki, Greece July 21: Forest Fest, Emo Village, County Laois, Ireland July 23: Latitude Festival (orchestral), Henham Park, Suffolk July 28 : Slessor Gardens, Dundee July 29: Y Not Festival, Pikehall, Derbyshire Aug. 5: The Darlington Arena, Mowden Park, Darlington, County Durham Aug. 11: South Facing Concert Series—Crystal Palace Bowl, London Sept. 3: Weekender Jersey, Royal Jersey Showground, Trinity, Jersey

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★★★★☆ Almost the last survivors from Manchester’s post-punk indie-rock boom, James have always been a sprawling maximalist ensemble, but they surpassed themselves at the opening night of their latest tour by cramming 37 people on stage. These arty veterans were accommodated by the 22-piece Orca22 orchestra and the Manchester Inspirational Voices choir, arranged and conducted by Joe Duddell, who has worked with Elbow, New Order, Alison Moyet and others. This extensive nationwide tour is archly entitled James Lasted , punning on the German easy-listening icon James Last, but also on the band’s own longevity as they celebrate four decades together.

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English rock band James have announced a UK arena tour with Razorlight as special guests. Following on from a hugely successful 40th anniversary year, the band will head out on tour next year, stopping off in Manchester at Co-op Live.

The tour will kick off in Aberdeen in early June, before stopping off in seven other cities including Manchester on Friday, 14 June and London the following night. The group last played in Manchester back in May at the Apollo as part of a celebration of 40 years in music in what was an extraordinary homecoming show .

The band will also be releasing their 17th studio album in April 2024, the first single of which will be announced in January. Fans have a chance to access pre-sale tickets for the tour if they pre-order the new album here . Pre-sale tickets will go on sake at 9.30am on Wednesday, 4 October, while general sale will take place on Friday, 6 October at 9.30am. Tickets can are available via Ticketmaster .

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Commenting on the new tour, frontman Tim Booth said: "Deeply proud to announce that we are touring next year to coincide with the release of a rather wonderful new album that we are mixing this week. The new songs sound belting, and will fit this arena tour. Really looking forward to celebrating with you. Expect a mixture of the expected and unexpected - just like life. Nothing but love."

Jim Glennie added: “We are delighted to announce our 2024 Arena Tour, supported by the wonderful 'Razorlight'. Come and share a night of biggies, rarities and a sizeable chunk of our exciting, next NEW album! See you there folks. With love, Jim from James”.

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One of Britain’s most enduring success stories, James have released 16 studio albums, selling over 25 million copies with their recent run of Top 5 albums proving to be a golden era for the band. All The Colours Of You released in 2021 was their most critically acclaimed in years, preceded by Living in Extraordinary Times and Girl at the End of the World which narrowly missed out on the top spot in 2016 to Adele.

The group, made up of Tim Booth, Jim Glennie, Saul Davies, Adrian Oxaal, David Baynton-Power, Mark Hunter, Andy Diagram, Chloe Alper, Deborah Knox-Hewson, were honoured at The Ivor Novello Awards 2023, receiving the PRS Music Icon Award.

This prestigious award was followed by the release of their orchestral double album Be Opened By The Wonderful which reached Number 3 in the UK charts in June and a run of sold out tour dates, receiving the best reviews of their career. Throughout the summer the band headlineded multiple UK and European festivals, culminating in two unique shows backed by full orchestra and choir at The Odeon Of Herodes Atticus, Athens and a Special Guest headline slot at Latitude Festival.

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Fans who want to access the pre-sale will need to pre-order the new album here .

Pre-sale tickets will go on sake at 9.30am on Wednesday, 4 October, while general sale will take place on Friday, 6 October. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster .

James 2024 UK Tour dates in full:

  • Monday, 3 June - Aberdeen P&J Live
  • Wednesday, 5 June - Newcastle Utilita Arena
  • Friday, 7 June - Glasgow OVO Hydro
  • Saturday, 8 June - Leeds First Direct Arena
  • Tuesday, 11 June - Cardiff Utilita Arena
  • Wednesday, 12 June - Birmingham Utilita Arena Birmingham
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  • Date 15 June 2024
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James has announced a headline show featuring special guests Razorlight at The O2, taking place on Saturday 15 June 2024.

Following on from a hugely successful 40th Anniversary year, the band will be releasing their 17th studio album in April 2024, the first single of which will be announced in January, with further details to follow soon. Fans have a chance to access pre-sale tickets for the tour if they pre-order the new album. The pre-order link is here. 

James were honoured at The Ivor Novello Awards 2023, receiving the PRS Music Icon Award, kick starting a whole year of celebration for their 40th Anniversary. This prestigious award was followed by the release of their orchestral double album Be Opened By The Wonderful which reached #3 in the UK charts in June and a run of sold out tour dates, receiving the best reviews of their career. Throughout the summer the band then headlined multiple UK and European festivals, culminating in two unique shows backed by full orchestra and choir at The Odeon Of Herodes Atticus, Athens and a Special Guest headline slot at Latitude Festival.

James have entered in to a golden era, and will continue to do so in 2024 and for many more years to come.  

Tim Booth says “Deeply proud to announce that we are touring next year to coincide with the release of a rather wonderful new album that we are mixing this week. The new songs sound belting, and will fit this arena tour. Really looking forward to celebrating with you. Expect a mixture of the expected and unexpected - just like life. Nothing but love”

Jim Glennie says “We are delighted to announce our 2024 Arena Tour, supported by the wonderful 'Razorlight'. Come and share a night of biggies, rarities and a sizeable chunk of our exciting, next NEW album! See you there folks. With love, Jim from James”.

About James

One of Britain’s most enduring success stories, James have released 16 studio albums, selling over 25 million copies with their recent run of Top 5 albums proving to be a golden era for the band. All The Colours Of You released in 2021 was their most critically acclaimed in years, preceded by Living in Extraordinary Times and Girl at the End of the World which narrowly missed out on the top spot in 2016 to Adele.

James are: Tim Booth, Jim Glennie, Saul Davies, Adrian Oxaal, David Baynton-Power, Mark Hunter, Andy Diagram, Chloe Alper, Deborah Knox-Hewson.

About Razorlight

Since forming in 2002, Razorlight  have cemented their place as one of Britain’s Classic Indie-Rock bands. Their debut album ‘Up All Night ’ came out in 2004, capturing the incendiary energy of early 2000s London and carrying the era defining hits ‘Golden Touch’ and ‘Somewhere Else’.Their self-titled, UK number one follow-up  ‘Razorlight’ made the leap onto the international stage. Lead single, ‘In The Morning’, reached number three in the UK, and 'America’ went straight to number one. After 4 million albums, headlining Reading Festival and the front cover of Vogue, the band went on hiatus, gradually reforming in 2021 with the legendary line up of Johnny Borrell, Andy Burrows, Bjorn Agren and  Carl Dalemo. New songs ‘You Are Entering The Human Heart’ and ‘Violence Forever?’ from their 2022 Best Of album ‘Razorwhat?’ proved that the creative spark has been relit and a sold out 2024 UK tour reminded of their ability to deliver a masterclass in genuinely live, no-backing-track rock’n’roll.

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CONCERT REVIEW : James Orchestral Takes Glasgow By Storm: A Musical Experience to Remember! 1st May 2023

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James Orchestral celebrated an incredible milestone with an awe-inspiring performance at Armadillo Glasgow, marking the band’s 40th anniversary. The night was a magnificent display of Tim Booth’s unmistakable vocals, complemented by a full orchestra, resulting in a truly magical experience. The concert proved to be a treat for fans who were transported on a nostalgic musical journey, reliving fond memories and creating new ones.

The concert opened with the iconic “ Magic Bus ” as Tim Booth surprised the Glasgow audience by appearing on the balcony before walking through the crowd, performing the classic song. It was a superb start to the show that continued to captivate the audience with timeless hits such as “ The Shining ,” “ She’s a Star ,” “ The Lake ,” and “ Dust Motes .” The standout moment of the night was the emotional rendition of “ Someone’s Got It in for Me ,” as Tim Booth’s voice filled the room with raw emotion.

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Tim Booth expressed his excitement at returning to Glasgow, as the city has always held a special place in the band’s heart. Having performed at the Barrowland Ballroom and the latest venue OVO Hydro during their last tour, tonight was an exceptional experience as the audience was in awe, listening to new arrangements of classic songs in an intimate setting.

James #played their fan favourites, including “ Hymn From a Village ” and the upbeat “ Hello .” “ Ten Below ,” leaving the audience dazzled and yearning for more. Tim Booth, the consummate showman, added an intimate and interactive touch to the concert by going into the audience during the performance of “ Tomorrow .” The energy in the venue was palpable, and the atmosphere electric, as James poured their heart and soul into every song.

The second set opened with the iconic “ Bolero ,” which immediately had the audience on their feet and cheering. The band performed a mix of classic and new songs, including hits like “ Sit Down ,” “ Beautiful Beaches ,” “ Say Something ,” “ Love Make a Fool ,” “ Alaskan Pipeline ,” “ Moving ,” “ Riders ,” “ Seven ,” “ Medieval ,” “ All the Colours of You ,” “ Many Faces ,” “ Sometimes (Lester Piggott) ,”

Going off stage for a short break before returning for the encore of “ Nothing but Love ,” and the excellent version of “ Getting Away With It (All Messed Up) .” The performance of each song was impeccable, and the audience was mesmerized by the band’s talent and energy.

The night was truly magical, with James Orchestral delivering a flawless performance that left everyone in attendance spellbound. The band’s energy was contagious and left no one untouched. Every song was performed with passion and precision, and it’s no wonder that they’ve stayed relevant in the music scene for four decades.

The Armadillo Glasgow concert was an unforgettable experience that showcased James amazing talent, musical prowess, and staying power. Fans were treated to a night of euphoric music that will stay in their hearts and minds for years to come. This concert was a testament to the power of music to unite people and create unforgettable memories. It was a night that will be cherished and remembered by all those fortunate enough to be in attendance.

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My Morning Jacket, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats Team for Co-Headlining Tour

My Morning Jacket and Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats have teamed up for a co-headlining tour that runs through September. Dubbed the Eye to Eye Tour, the bands will perform equal-length sets and switch the order of their performances with each show.

Tickets go on sale this Friday, March 29, at 10 a.m. local time, with presale tickets available beginning March 26 at 10 a.m. local time. More information is available on the official tour website.

"We were lucky enough to see Nathaniel and some of the Night Sweats at Preservation Hall in New Orleans some years ago - our minds were blown, our hearts were opened, and we got swept up in the joy of it all," My Morning Jacket's Jim James said in a statement. "We are so happy to share the stage with these fine folks for a run full of peace, love, music, and fun!"

Rateliff added, "We are long-time lovers of My Morning Jacket and have grown a close friendship over the years. It's so special to become friends with musicians and peers that you admire, and we're looking forward to bringing our love for each other on the road."

My Morning Jacket released their most recent self-titled album , the band's ninth studio LP, in 2021. That same year, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats dropped their third studio album, The Future .

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Elton John & Bernie Taupin at the Gershwin Prize event.

The stars not only shone over the nation’s capital on Wednesday (March 20), when Elton John and Bernie Taupin were honored with the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song — they sparkled, glistened and danced.

Only the third writing team — and only the second and third Brits — to receive the honor from the Library of Congress, the acclaimed duo brought a diversity of artists to the stage at DAR Constitution Hall. Joining the serenade were 2020 Gershwin Prize honoree Garth Brooks, Brandi Carlile, Annie Lennox, Metallica, Maren Morris, Billy Porter, Charlie Puth and Jacob Lusk of Gabriels. 2023 honoree Joni Mitchell turned “I’m Still Standing” into a simmering jazz number. All but Metallica were backed by John’s own band.

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What united the performers were their musical chops and their sheer, unabashed delight to be feting two of their musical heroes. It was a joy matched only by John and Taupin, seated front and center with their families, who could be seen grooving along, hands in the air.

John took a seat at the piano toward the end of the evening to gift the crowd with a trio of songs: “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters,” “Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting” and closer “Your Song,” performed as Taupin stood piano-side. Porter emceed the event, which will be broadcast on PBS on April 8.

Before showtime, Billboard caught up with some of the night’s performers — including the men of the hour — on the red carpet. From their inspirations to their favorite songs, here’s what they had to say:

Elton John & Bernie Taupin

Billboard asked the honorees to each share their favorite George and Ira Gershwin song, and they not only picked the same one, but started finishing each other’s sentences.

John cited “Someone to Watch Over Me” (which he recorded for the all-star 1994 album The Glory of Gershwin ) without a second’s hesitation, to which Taupin immediately responded, “You just took the words right out of my mouth. It’s such a beautiful song, the lyrics, everything about it are incredible. It’s the epitome of the great American song.”

“I’m a little lamb who’s lost in the woods — it’s amazing,” chimed in John, quoting a lyric.

On the diversity of artists taking the stage to perform their music, John said it’s a testament to the range of their songs. “There’s not a genre of music we don’t love. The longevity of our career has been because the songs vary, and the songs last because they cover different territories. ‘Philadelphia Freedom’ is not like ‘Burn Down the Mission.’ ‘Daniel’ is not like ‘Saturday Night’s Alright for Fighting.’”

“Our palette is full of colors,” Taupin added. His favorite song they’re written together? “Probably ‘Sacrifice’ is my favorite.”

Annie Lennox

Annie Lennox, who is no stranger to political activism and philanthropy, was quick to praise John for his activism. “He’s lived his life in a hugely public way, he’s taken huge risks and he seems to be very comfortable with his fame,” she said. “But he’s used it in a way that’s made massive global differences in really significant areas. HIV and AIDS is a massive challenge, and yet, Elton has been and is still saving lives. I have so much respect for him.”

Picking a favorite of the dynamic duo’s songs proved harder to pinpoint. “I’ll give you ‘Rocket Man,’ I’ll give you ‘Your Song.’ I’ll give you ‘Daniel.’ I think I’ll give you the whole catalog, to be honest,” she told Billboard . “It’s very hard to find a song in that whole catalog that isn’t as good as the next. Each one is phenomenal.”

As for her own music, Lennox hinted there may be more on the way. “The one thing that is difficult for me is touring. That’s something I did constantly, and at my age, physically, it’s too demanding. But I think there might be other waus to share my music and the music I’m probably going to be making in the future. I haven’t stopped.”

Song performed: “Border Song”

Metallica's James Hetfield

James Hetfield may rock hard as lead vocalist, rhythm guitarist and a primary songwriter of Metallica, but when it comes to his desert island John-Taupin song, he’s all in for one of the duo’s most poetic tracks. “That would be ‘Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,’” he said. “It’s beautiful, it’s epic — and I love the lyrics as well. The castle, the wonderful dust … and what does it mean after that.”

Songs performed: “Funeral for a Friend”/”Love Lies Bleeding”

Maren Morris

Morris had nothing but adoration for the honorees pre-show. “I love both of them so much,” she said. “Bernie has come to every show I’ve had in L.A., and his family is so lovely; and it’s wonderful being here tonight. I feel like this is certainly the longest partnership in songwriting history. It’s amazing they’ve been able to nurture it for many decades. When you find a partner you have chemistry with, lyrically, musically and can grow through the years with one another, there’s nothing more special.”

She said her gateway to the Elton John songbook was The Lion King (he and lyricist Tim Rice wrote the music for the 1994 film, including hits “Can You Feel the Love Tonight” and “Circle of Life”). “I have to be frank about my age,” she laughed. But once she dug in, it was Taupin’s lyrics in “Mona Lisas and Mad Hatters” from the 1972 album Honky Château that’s resonated the most. “‘Mona Lisa,’ when I first moved to Nashville, had the most tremendous impact on me — just about being sort of alone in a city,” she said. “Bernie wrote that about New York City, obviously, but I heard Nashville in it. You eventually find a community of friendships and make your own town out of it.”

Song performed: “I Guess That’s Why They Call It the Blues”

Brandi Carlile

Brandi Carlile was emotional on the red carpet as she described what it meant to be celebrating her friends. “It’s bringing me back to a time in my life when I really needed Elton and Bernie. I needed their words and I needed them to help sculpt my world view, and show me a future I could be a part of,” she said. “And so it’s going to be heavy for me tonight, but I’m so proud of them. The Gershwin Prize is the highest honor in songwriting, and it’s really beautiful to see them honored in such a profound way for their craft. I don’t know that there’s ever been anybody better than Elton John and Bernie Taupin.”

Songs performed: “Madman Across the Water” and “Skyline Pigeon”

Billy Porter

“Bennie and the Jets” is the song that first grabbed Porter, he told Billboard , but his connection to Elton John transcended the music. “I was really young, yet really connected with him,” he said. “And didn’t know why. The eccentricity, the flamboyance, the fun. It was like, ‘Oh, that’s queer.’ There was no language for it, but that’s what it was, and eventually, that’s what we all came to understand. That was the first connection.”

Song performed: “The Bitch Is Back”

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Pearl Jam Announce 2023 North American Tour: See Dates, Ticket Info & More

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Pearl Jam just announced an all-new North American tour this year, performing nine shows in August and September! Check out the dates and ticket info below.

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During the tour, the band will play in St. Paul, Chicago, Indianapolis, Fort Worth, and Austin. Inhaler will open for Pearl Jam in Chicago, Indianapolis, and Austin. Support for the St. Paul and Fort Worth dates will be announced in the coming weeks, per a press release.

Want tickets? A special ticket pre-sale for all tour dates begins today for eligible members (active as of April 19) of Pearl Jam’s fan club, Ten Club. General public tickets will be sold through Ticketmaster Verified Fan, which requires advance registration in order to participate. Ticketmaster Verified Fan registration begins Today, April 20, at 10am PT and closes on Tuesday, April 25, at 5pm PT. The Verified Fan sale begins on April 28 at 10am venue local time. Register here: https://verifiedfan.ticketmaster.com/pearljam .

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Additionally, Pearl Jam recently announced they will release Give Way — featuring live tracks from their 1998 concert in Melbourne, Australia — on Record Store Day 2023 (April 22) on double LP and CD. Pearl Jam Radio will premiere the audio on April 21 at 6pm ET , ahead of its release the next day. In 1998, the CD version was supposed to hit shelves at Best Buy before Sony recalled and destroyed all but a couple hundred copies of the 50,000 pressed. See the full tracklist below.

Pearl Jam 2023 Tour Dates

August 31 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center

September 2 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center

September 5 – Chicago, IL – United Center

September 7 – Chicago, IL – United Center

September 10 – Indianapolis, IN – Ruoff Music Center

September 13 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena

September 15 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena

September 18 – Austin, TX – Moody Center

September 19 – Austin, TX – Moody Center

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Give Way Tracklist

2. Brain Of J.

4. Faithful

5. In My Tree

6. I Got Shit

7. Corduroy

8. Even Flow

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Legendary classic rock band’s farewell tour to visit Las Vegas Sphere, report says

  • Updated: Mar. 20, 2024, 2:21 p.m. |
  • Published: Mar. 20, 2024, 12:15 p.m.

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The Eagles performing "Hotel California" last April at Newark's Prudential Center. The band is reportedly playing in Las Vega's flashy Sphere later this year. Al Mannarino | For NJ Advance Media

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The Eagles have reportedly agreed to a residency at James Dolan’s $2.3 billion music venue The Sphere in Las Vegas after their “Long Goodbye” tour , which ends in the Netherlands and was originally touted as the band’s final tour, according to The New York Post .

The band’s frontman Don Henley will be joined by Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmit for 10 weekends beginning in September through December though the total number of shows and terms of the deal have yet to be disclosed, sources close to the situation told The Post.

The Post reported that a spokesperson for The Sphere did not comment on any artists who will be performing at the venue unless it has already been announced.

Dolan has reportedly been courting the Eagles since last year. Meanwhile, Dead & Company were originally scheduled to play 24 shows at the spherical theater from May to July, but extended their stay by another 10 dates through the end of August, according to sources.

There were initial reports that Dolan attempted to bring Beyoncé to The Sphere though plans for that have since stalled.

The first band to play at The Sphere was U2 with their last show earlier this month.

The Eagles stopped in Newark’s Prudential Center last April for its “Hotel California” April, while it performed at he same venue for its “Long Goodbye” tour last September.

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The Hives announce UK tour for first “franchised” cover bands

"As the very first band in the world we have spawned off into several because of the eternal and insatiable demand for Hives shows"

The Hives performs on stage during day 1 of the Primavera Sound Sao Paulo music festival at Autódromo José Carlos Pace on December 2, 2023. (Photo by Leandro Bernardes/PxImages/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

The Hives have announced the first UK tour of their first-ever “franchised” cover bands.

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The Swedish five-piece shared a statement last year encouraging fans to sign up to put on their own tribute shows and uncover “rewards” . “THE HIVES FRANCHISE NEEDS YOU,” they began. “We have arrived at a point where The Hives can no longer keep up with public demand for concerts.”

They continued: “This is where you come in. Help us create a world where The Hives are playing in every city, all the time. Let’s make business together and rock’n’roll. Sign up now and register your interest. Many rewards wait in store. We have spoken”

Today (March 19), the band have shared news of their first “Franch-Hives” shows comprised of The Hives tribute bands. “The Hives have Franchised! As the very first band in the world we have spawned off into several because of the eternal and insatiable demand for Hives shows,” began their post on their official Facebook account.

The Hives have Franchised! As the very first band in the world we have spawned off into several because of the eternal… Posted by The Hives on  Tuesday, March 19, 2024

“We are delighted to share news of our first Franch-Hives shows,” they continued. “Prepare for this Hives-but-other-people fantasticness, those attending our shows in Nottingham, Brighton and Manchester. You, the public, have come forth to play pre and post The Hives shows as a start of what will surely be a worldwide eternally successful business model.”

The Hives also noted that the real band – comprised of Pelle Almqvist, Nicholaus Arson, Vigilante Carlstroem, Chris Dangerous and The Johan and Only – will not be playing at these shows. They will only be playing their normal shows which are currently sold out.

The “Franch-Hives” shows will commence at the Saltbox in Nottingham on March 29 as a pre-party. Tickets to that show will be £8 in advance and £10 at the door. The Main Offenders are set to play that date.

The following two gigs will take place on April 3 at Brighton’s The Hope & Ruin and April 6 at Manchester’s Disorder. They will both be free of charge. The Hive Fives will play at Brighton’s gig and The B Hives will play in Manchester.

The Hives have previously performed with their own cover bands. Last August, frontman Pelle Almqvist joined Lancashire stoner rock band Sky Valley Mistress as they performed some of The Hives’ greatest hits at a signing session in Lancashire – watch footage of the moment  here .

They also  spoke to  NME   earlier this year, with Almqvist calling  Arctic Monkeys   “the only good really popular band.”  “We toured with them in South America about 10 years ago and had a great time, so I’m really happy they wanted us back,” he said. “It’s a really great tour to be on; it’s really fun. I think Arctic Monkeys are fucking amazing. They’re the only good really popular band – and that’s not easy to do.”

Elsewhere, the band were announced as a support act for both Green Day  and  Foo Fighters ‘ upcoming stadium tours. They are also set to kick off their UK and Ireland tour later this month . Find all dates below and get your tickets  here :

The Hives 2024 tour dates are:

MARCH 27 – Leeds, Leeds Academy 28 – Newcastle, City Hall 29 – Nottingham, Rock City 30 – Wolverhampton, The Halls

APRIL 1 – Glasgow, Barrowland 2 – Bristol, Academy 3 – Brighton, Brighton Dome 5 – Cardiff, Great Hall 6 – Manchester, Academy 8 – Dublin, Olympia 10 – Norwich, UEA 13 – London, Eventim Apollo

Their latest release was ‘ The Death of Randy Fitzsimmons ’ which marked their first new  music after an eleven-year hiatus.

It received four stars from NME  upon release: “The Hives zapped straight back into the only mode they know: pure pandemonium. It’s about time new generations received this healthy dose of old school Hives, packed with the same intensity, goofiness – and of course, the matching black and white suits.”

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