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Prince Albert announce Smith & Burrows gig


Fresh from their fundraising gig at The Sub Rooms, Tom Smith and Andy Burrows are set to perform at the Prince Albert next month.

Editors frontman Tom Smith and Razorlight drummer Andy Burrows will sing on Monday, November 13th.

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Lotte and Miles Lyster Connolly at The Prince Albert.

“We’re dead excited to be playing The Albert, feels like the perfect setting for our boozy pop,” said Tom. “We’ll be playing tunes from both records plus new songs we’re working on for our third. Can’t wait”

Lotte Lyster Connolly from the Albert said: “Smith and Burrows need little introduction. They are bringing their music from the duo project to the Albert this November, including tracks from the album that they recorded just before Covid in Nashville, ‘Only Smith and Burrows Is Enough

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Miles and Lotte Lyster Connolly at The Prince Albert in Rodborough. Picture: Matt Bigwood.

“We are delighted to welcome them to our Grassroots Venue in Stroud after seeing them perform with Katy J Pearson at the Rush fundraiser in September. Tickets for this rare treat of seeing them in such an intimate grassroots venue are limited, so don’t hang around.”

Ticket details HERE

“We’re also delighted to have this late addition to their roster for the next few months that includes Mad Dog Mcrea, Sheelanagig, Justin Adams, Michele Stoddart from the Magic Numbers, local acts The Achievers, and a fund-raising gig this weekend for the Morocco Earthquake appeal with Thee Ones.

“Plus all the folk nights, quizzes, carols at Christmas – so much. We also have karaoke and Flamenco nights in the planning mix too. It’s pretty varied what we do up here. Oh – and you can learn the harp on a Thursday evening.”

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