Chloe Reynolds The Usher Hall Edinburgh Anastacia UK Tour 2017

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CHLOE REYNOLDS

Following the release last September of Chloe Reynolds’ debut album ‘Broken Beautiful, it reached No1 in the UK Christian Charts, video for the title track reached over 30,000 views on You Tube, the single was featured on BBC Radio 2 Good Morning Sunday, and also championed by BBC Introducing, Eagle Radio, UCB Radio, and Premier Radio.

Chloe has now been announced as the main support for Anastacia’s UK tour which will be up and down the country from the 24th May until the 11th June, and will be coming through your way!

With musical influences as far and wide as Annie Lennox, Alicia Keys and Snow Patrol, Chloe’s music takes you on an expedition through themes of hope and perseverance, with songs which will be a companion to all who travel through times of challenge. These are bold, moving songs – vivid tales of redemption that are unafraid of taking the listener on a journey of hope. Broken Beautiful is an album that reaches out a hand to those who need to hear they are loved.

Here is a link to the spellbinding, through provoking, moving, and inspirational video from the title track of the album 'Broken Beautiful

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVw0grQohU

 

TOUR DATES

May

Weds 24 The Anvil Basingstoke

Thurs 25 Colston Hall Bristol

Sat 27 O2 Apollo Manchester

Sun 28 Symphony Hall Birmingham

Tues 30 Royal Concert Hall Glasgow

Weds 31 Usher Hall Edinburgh

 

June

Thurs 1 Sage Gateshead

Sat 3 City Hall Sheffield

Sun 4 St Davids Hall Cardiff

Mon 5 Royal Concert Hall Nottingham

Weds 7 Regent Theatre Ipswich

Thurs 8 Eventim Apollo London

Sat 10 BIC Bournemouth

Sun 11 Brighton Dome Brighton

 

 

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