ANATHEMA Guitarist To Embark On Acoustic Mini-Tour
ANATHEMA guitarist Danny Cavanagh will be doing a semi-acoustic tour in September with Sean Jude (LEAFBLADE) as support. "I will be playing many well-known ANATHEMA songs and covers, using acoustic and electric guitar, and piano," says Danny. "Expect tracks such as 'Fragile Dreams' and 'One Last Goodbye', plus newer songs.
"Sean will be playing 100% original material. His style could be described as lyrical, poetic songs with celtic style melodies and song structures.
"As I am a member of Sean's group LEAFBLADE, I will join him for a few songs each night. In October, we will record the album 'Beyond, Beyond' for release through Strangelight Records."
The dates are as follows:
Sep. 12 - Prague, CZR @ Batalion
Sep. 14 - Brno, CZR @ Beseda
Sep. 15 - Budapest, HUN @ A38
Sep. 16 - Nyíregyháza, HUN @ KomOmbo
Sep. 17 - Szeged, HUN @ JATE Klub
Sep. 18 - Vrutky, SK @ RC Mlyn
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