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Gilbert O’Sullivan Sets 50th Anniversary Dates

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on January 11, 2017

in News

Gilbert O’Sullivan is about to celebrate fifty years in the music business.

O’Sullivan first signed with April Music in 1967 and released singles for Columbia and Major Minor Records without breaking out nationally. It wasn’t until he signed with MAM that everything came together and he had his first hit in the U.K. with Nothing Rhymed (1970 / #8 U.K.). Two years later, he broke in the U.S. with Alone Again (Naturally) (1972 / #1 U.S. / #3 U.K.) and followed with a long list of hits in both countries.

Last November, Gilbert released the compilation The Essential Collection which included 43 tracks from throughout his career on two CDs.

Beginning March 3, O’Sullivan will be touring across Britain with his “50th Anniversary Tour”, hitting fourteen cities. Check with your local venue for ticket information.

The dates, along with a few from before the official start of the tour:

02/14 – Cork – Cork Opera House
02/16 – Dublin, Ireland – Bord Gais Energy Theatre
02/17 – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Ulster Hall
03/03 – Redhill – The Harlequin Theatre
03/05 – London – The Barbican Theatre
03/06 – Birmingham – Birmingham Town Hall
03/08 – Chatham – Brook Central Theatres
03/09 – Salisbury – Salisbury City Hall
03/11 – Isle of Wight – Shanklin Theatre
03/12 – St Albans – Alban Arena
03/14 – Cannock – Prince of Wales Theatre
03/16 – Cheltenham – Cheltenham Town Hall
03/18 – Ipswich – Ipswich Corn Exchange
03/20 – York – York Opera House
03/21 – Newcastle – Newcastle City Hall
03/23 – Barrow-in-Furness – The Forum at Barrow-in-Furness
03/24 – Liverpool – Liverpool Philharmonic

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