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John Misty - Father John Misty adds new dates to 2023 UK and European tour - nme.com - Britain - New York - county Hall - Manchester - city Stockholm - Denmark - Berlin - city Brussels - city Amsterdam - county Will - city Greenwich - city Oslo - county Love
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Father John Misty adds new dates to 2023 UK and European tour
Father John Misty has added new dates to his 2023 UK and European tour – tickets are available here.The singer-songwriter announced the run of shows earlier this year, but he’s now an extra three UK gigs at Brighton Dome on March 10, Portsmouth Guildhall (11) and Leeds University (12).Misty (real name Joshua Tillman) has also confirmed an additional concert at Oslo Sentrum Scene on February 26, and a new date at Gothenburg Pustervik the following night (27).You can see FJM’s revised UK/European schedule for 2023 below.FEBRUARY 202325 – Oslo, Sentrum Scene26 – Oslo, Sentrum Scene 27 – Gothenburg Pustervik 28 – Stockholm, CirkusMARCH 20232 – Denmark, KB Hallen3 – Berlin, Columbiahalle4 – Amsterdam, AFAS Live6 – Brussels, Ancienne Belgique7 – Paris, Salle Pleyel9 – London, O2 Academy Brixton 10 – Brighton Dome11 – Portsmouth Guildhall12 – Leeds University13 – Gateshead, Sage Gateshead15 – Glasgow, Barrowlands17 – Manchester, O2 Apollo ManchesterMeanwhile, Father John Misty has released a new live EP called ‘Live At Electric Lady’ which features a cover of Stevie Wonder‘s ‘I Believe (When I Fall in Love It Will Be Forever)’.Recorded at the iconic Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village, New York City back in May, the special collection also contains live versions of five songs from FJM’s latest album ‘Chloë And The Next 20th Century’.Tillman is currently out on the road in North America, with his next show scheduled for tomorrow (September 22) at New York’s Radio City Music Hall.
John Cleese - John Cleese bids farewell as Monty Python star causes stir mocking Sweden's 'awful hotels' - express - USA - Sweden - city Stockholm
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John Cleese bids farewell as Monty Python star causes stir mocking Sweden's 'awful hotels'
John Cleese, 82, took to Twitter today,  as the comic announced he wrapped up another show on his worldwide comedy tour, Last Time To See Me Before I Die, which has entertained fans by the thousands. In view of his 5.7 million followers, the comedian shared a picture of himself inside a car.In his farewell message, John said he found Swedish people to be “sweet but the hotels were “awful”.He wrote: “Goodbye Sweden! Your people were sweet, and your hotels awful. We’re off to #vilnius to entertain the villains.”Fans of the Monty Python star rushed to the tweet’s replies to send him their views on Swedish hotels.Emilyringstrom1 said: “Northern Sweden...The hotels in Stockholm are infinitely superior.”PresElectJoe quipped: “Was there a pea under your mattress Princess?”BailieTrevor added: “The Swedish Tourism and Hotel Group thank you for your review and wish you god speed.”Malumunum joked: “Next time stop over at my place, my toilet has a proper magazine bin and a BT speaker.”The update comes after John took to the social media platform earlier this week to slam Donald Trump supporters once again.The comedian has been outspoken in his criticism of the former US President, making his views public online.He reacted to a user’s claims about the former commander-in-chief suffering from “severe mental health issues”.The TV actor said on the contrary that he found it “comforting” as the ex-president was becoming “more insane”.John wrote: “I find it comforting that he is going more and more insane“But I'm wondering when the MAGA supporters will begin to notice.
The Libertines announce special Margate show on Wednesday - nme.com - Britain - city Stockholm - county Kent - city Brussels - Luxembourg - city Portsmouth - city Amsterdam - county Powell - city Prague - city Vienna - city Copenhagen - city Warsaw
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The Libertines announce special Margate show on Wednesday
The Libertines have announced a special outdoor show in Margate that will take place on Wednesday (August 17).The four-piece, whose hotel The Albion Rooms is located in the Kent seaside town, will perform in the Oval Bandstand in the Cliftonville area of Margate at 4pm on Wednesday.Tickets for the exclusive matinée performance, as well as an after-party at The Albion Rooms, are on sale now via Dice.You can see the official poster for The Libertines’ Margate show below.A post shared by The Libertines (@thelibertines)Later this month, The Libertines will perform a special afternoon set at Victorious Festival in Portsmouth.You can see the band’s upcoming UK and European tour dates below.August17 – The Oval Bandstand, Margate18 – Saint-Nolff, Bretagne, FR19 – Aérodrome Guéret, Saint-Laurent, FR28 – Victorious Festival, SouthseaSeptember1 – Camp and Furnace, LiverpoolOctober21 – Cirque Royale, Brussels, BE24 – Le Zénith, Paris, FR26 – Carlswerk, Cologne, DE28 – Edel Optics Arena, Hamburg, DE30 – Union Scene, Drammen, NO31 – Annexet, Stockholm, SENovember1 – Vega, Copenhagen, DK3 – Zoom, Frankfurt, DE4 – Progresja, Warsaw, PL5 – Lucerna, Prague, CZ7 – Gasometer, Vienna, AT8 – Tonhalle, Munich, DE9 – X-Tra, Zurich, CH11 – Discoteca Alcatraz, Milano, IT13 – Den Atelier, Luxembourg, LU14 – Melkweg, Amsterdam, NLSpeaking to NME recently, Libertines drummer Gary Powell said that the band’s new album might “push the boat out a little more”.“The good thing is everybody’s been writing,” he said.
The Chats announce huge UK and European tour, share ‘Out On The Street’ video - nme.com - Australia - Britain - USA - Manchester - Birmingham - city Stockholm - Netherlands - Dublin - county Bristol - Ohio - city Copenhagen - city Oslo - city Amsterdam, Netherlands
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The Chats announce huge UK and European tour, share ‘Out On The Street’ video
The Chats have announced details of their biggest UK and European tour to date and shared a new video for ‘Out In The Street’.The track is the latest to be taken from the Aussie punks’ new album ‘Get Fucked’, which is set for release this Friday (August 19) and has been previewed with the singles ‘6L GTR’, ‘Struck By Lightning’ and ‘I’ve Been Drunk In Every Pub In Brisbane’.The new video sees the band tearing it up on the road, which they will continue to do across the UK and Europe with shows beginning next May and including a massive London gig at Brixton Academy.Watch the ‘Out On The Street’ video and see the tour dates below. Get your tickets here, with full details on all shows available here.MAY 202316 – Dublin, Academy17 – Dublin, Academy18 – Belfast, Limelight19 – Manchester, Academy20 – Glasgow, Barrowlands21 – Newcastle, NX22 – Cardiff, Tramshed23 – Bristol, O2 Academy24 – Birmingham, Institute26 – London, O2 Academy Brixton29 – Antwerp, Trix30 – Paris, Trabendo31 – Cologne, Live Music HallJUNE 20234 – Netherlands, Amsterdam, Paradiso6 – Copenhagen, Loppen7 – Malmo, Debaser8 – Stockholm, Plan B9 – Oslo, John DeeFollowing the release of ‘Get Fucked’, The Chats will take the album on tour around Australia in September, with shows scheduled for Hobart, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Fremantle.
Drake - Drake hints that he did have encounter with Swedish police after all - nme.com - USA - Sweden - city Stockholm
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Drake hints that he did have encounter with Swedish police after all
Drake has hinted that he may have had an encounter with Swedish police after all.Last week, speculation on social media suggested that the Canadian star had been taken into custody by local police at a Stockholm nightclub.XXL claimed that Drake and members of his security team were allegedly arrested. The outlet also noted that the term “free Drake” was trending on Twitter.A representative for the rapper at the time confirmed that the rumours were false.But in a new post on Instagram, Drake appeared to suggest that he did in fact have some interaction with Swedish authorities.A post shared by champagnepapi (@champagnepapi)He shared a photo of a document from the Swedish National Police Board, titled “Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained.”It went on to detail a detainee’s rights, similar to the Miranda Rights used in the United States.They included knowing “what it is you are suspected of and why you are being denied” and receiving “the aid of a defense attorney who under certain conditions can only be paid by the state.”It also stated that “an interrogation will be held with you as soon as possible” and “if the prosecutor requests a court trial, you will be notified of this at once”.NME has contacted a spokesperson for Drake for further comment.Meanwhile, Drake made an unannounced appearance in Ibiza at the weekend, showing up onstage during Black Coffee’s gig at the Hï Ibiza nightclub.Last week, he also announced the first three events of a new concert series dubbed ‘October World Weekend’, which the rapper said will precede the worldwide expansion of his own music festival, OVO Fest.
Drake confirms he DID have a run-in with police in Sweden by posting legal document on Instagram - dailymail.co.uk - Britain - Sweden - city Stockholm
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Drake confirms he DID have a run-in with police in Sweden by posting legal document on Instagram
Drake is pulling a bit of a flip-flop of sorts in relation to a report that he had a run-in with police in Sweden and was arrested, which his team initially denied.On Sunday, the singer and rapper took to his Instagram page and posted a series of photos and video documenting his trip Ibiza that included plenty of partying at a nightclub.While most of the images showed him dancing and chatting with friends and fellow revelers, there was one photo of a document Swedish authorities gave him that confirms all the mass speculation over the last few days that he had landed in trouble.Scroll down to video Drake, 35, posted a police document on Sunday confirming he was detained by police in Sweden, which comes after his team denied all the internet speculation that he was arrested at a Stockholm nightclub this past week; he pictured in 2019At the very top left of the document it reads: 'Polisen', which translates to 'the police' in English, with the title being, 'Information for Those Suspected of a Crime and Subsequently Detained'.It's also attributed to Public Prosecutor's Office and the National Police Board. It goes on to explain Drake's rights under Swedish law, which are similar to Miranda rights given people suspected of a crime in the U.S., according to TMZ.Those right are broken down into bullet points on the print-out, beginning with how suspects have the right to 'know what it is you are suspected of and why you are being detained'.
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