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Damien Rice

Closed November 7, 2014

Damien Rice is returning with one of the albums of the year!

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Why See Damien Rice?

Damien Rice is coming to the London Palladium for ONE NIGHT ONLY this November! The announcement comes hot on the heels of his new album My Favourite Faded Fantasy, his first in eight years, which he will be performing at this very special gig. This will be his first record since 2006's 9, and in early September Rice officially revealed details of the release, after premiering the title track on Zane Lowe's BBC Radio 1 show, with "I Don't Want to Change You" being the first official single release. This is a hot ticket to see, so make sure that you don't miss out!

Rice first came to public attention in 2001 following a short-lived band career with Juniper in the 1990s, and a stint working as a farmer as well as busking in Europe. His solo career with folk rock was founded in 2002 with his debut album '0' which peaked at number 8 in the UK charts as well as gaining a following in the States, with songs including Cannonball and Volcano. He followed up the success with 9 in 2006, and also contributes his considerable musical talents to charitible projects, including the campaign to free Burmese democracy politician Aung San Suu Kyi.

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Performance date: 7 November 2014


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