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JONNY: Glastonbury appearance announced, New UK tour dates for June/July

| On 10, Mar 2011

Following the release of their acclaimed debut album together as Jonny in January and their first tour of the UK as a duo in February, Euros Childs and Norman Blake are pleased to announce they will play this year¹s Glastonbury festival followed by four new shows in late June / early July.

The dates are:

JUNE//
24 – 26 // GLASTONBURY, Somerset
28 // CARDIFF, The Globe
29 // LONDON, The Borderline
30 // YORK, Fibbers (rescheduled and upgraded show. All tickets remain valid or refund available at point of purchase)

JULY//

1 // GLASGOW, King Tuts

The recent shows have been a real treat as Childs and Blake bring to life their co-written songs in a live setting with genuine charm and an infectious feeling of bonhomie. Not to be missed.

Tickets available from http://www.artistticket.com/link/?s=Jonny
Support from Laura J Martin on all dates

New single and festival dates will be announced soon.

Praise for the ‘Jonny’ LP:
“Splendid…a reminder of how mutual respect and admiration can spark fresh inspiration.” MOJO ****

“Pop poetry, and no mistake”
UNCUT ****

“Perfect, breezy heartbreak pop”
Q

“This pair could practically pen the manual on how to write radiant pop songs” The List ****

“A hatful of memorable tunes”
The Telegraph ****

“One perfect pop song after another”
The Times ****

“The pair harmonise beautifully, the melodies are glorious, with just enough of the melancholy that marks both their best work, and its immensely
likeable: Childs and Blake make a charming couple”
*** The Guardian

“Charm, cheer and lovely songs… but the clinchers are wit, warmth and spontaneity, abundant on an album suggesting no agenda other than the love of playing together”
­ The Independent

“Undeniable charm” – Mail on Sunday

“An absolute pleasure from start to finish” – The Fly ****

“A delight” 8/10 Clash

Watch the video for ‘Candyfloss’: