Texas announce UK autumn tour ahead of album release

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Texas and Thierry Henry (photo credit: artist's Facebook)

Texas and Thierry Henry (photo credit: artist’s Facebook)

Glasgow pop-rock sensation Texas announce a massive UK tour that stops by Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall, Getintothis’ Amaan Khan reports the details.

Pop rock stalwarts Texas are all set to release their latest album Jump On Board on April 21, in support of which, they will be playing 21 dates across UK in the coming autumn.

Over their thirty year long career, the Glasgow group has released around three number one albums and 13 top ten singles with their album sales exceeding the 35 million mark. Their new album, being released via BMG, will be an endeavour to carry on with the chart success.

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A taste of what the album will be offering can be had from the single Let’s Work It Out, the video of which features the football legend Thierry Henry – a little treat for the footy fans.

In support of the album, the group will go on a huge tour across the UK that also stops by Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall.

  • Texas play Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall on September 29.

Texas’ autumn tour dates are:

September 11: St. David’s Hall, Cardiff
September 12: Corn Exchange, Cambridge
September 13: New Theatre, Oxford
September 15: Regent, Ipswich
September 16: City Hall, Sheffield
September 17: Royal Albert Hall, London
September 19: De Montfort Hall, Leicester
September 20: Auditorium, Grimsby
September 21: Barbican, York
September 23: Usher Hall, Edinburgh
September 24: Caird Hall, Dundee
September 25: Leisure Hall, Inverness
September 27: City Hall, Newcastle
September 28: Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
September 29: Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool
October 1: Symphony Hall, Birmingham
October 2: Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
October 3: Cliffs Pavilion, Southend
October 5: Venue Cymru Theatre, Llandudno
October 6: Colston Hall, Bristol
October 7: Pavilions, Plymouth

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