Guitar legend set to rock Bristol

PUBLISHED: 15:07 12 July 2012

Picture By: Darren Coleman / Puttyfoot


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Picture Shows: Nik Kershaw performing at Rewind 2011 in Henley




Date: 21-August-2011


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Picture By: Darren Coleman / Puttyfoot - Picture Shows: Nik Kershaw performing at Rewind 2011 in Henley Date: 21-August-2011 - Ref: DCN - © Darren and Lisa Coleman / puttyfoot.com - All Rights Reserved

Darren Coleman / Puttyfoot

A LEGEND of guitar for almost 30 years, Nik Kershaw is coming to Bristol later this year after the release of his first new album in six years and the re-release of his multi-platinum debut album, Human Racing.

The new wave/pop rock specialist burst onto the scene in 1983 and released a succession of chart hits, including Wouldn’t It Be Good and I Won’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me.

In his first tour since 2001, Kershaw will be playing his entire debut album as well as a selection of tracks from his new album, Ei8ht.

Nik Kershaw is coming to Bristol’s 02 Academy on September 26 from 7pm.

Tickets, priced £22.50, are available by calling 08444771000 or via www.ticketweb.co.uk

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