THE ALMIGHTY: Support Act For UK Tour Announced
The support act for THE ALMIGHTY's upcoming UK tour will be Australian rockers HEAD INC., featuring Gary Buckley, Dean Tsolondres, Steve Dalton and Julian Medor.
Buckley toured with THE ALMIGHTY back in 1989 as the frontman for HORSE LONDON.
The dates are as follows:
Jan. 19 - Manchester, UK @ Academy 3
Jan. 20 - Inverness, UK @ Ironworks
Jan. 21 - Glasgow, UK @ Garage
Jan. 22 - Newcastle, UK @ Academy
Jan. 24 - Sheffield, UK @ Corporation
Jan. 25 - Leeds, UK @ Rio's
Jan. 26 - Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
Jan. 27 - Birmingham, UK @ Academy 2
Jan. 29 - Bristol, UK @ Academy
Jan. 30 - Southampton, UK @ The Brook
Jan. 31 - Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
Feb. 01 - London, UK @ Mean Fiddler
THE ALMIGHTY issued its first-ever comprehensive career retrospective, entitled "Anth'f**ing'ology (The Gospel According To...)", in CD/DVD format in February 2007 via Sanctuary/Castle. The set includes all of the band's thirteen U.K. singles plus bonus tracks taken from all of its seven studio albums to date. The DVD features all the promo videos for all the singles.
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