Simo, Aaron Keylock, Federal Charm to tour UK


Simo, Aaron Keylock and Federal Charm have announced a UK winter tour.

The run of 16 dates gets underway in Southampton on November 16 and will wrap up at London’s Islington O2 Academy on December 7.

Simo are supporting their latest album Let Love Show The Way, which was released earlier this year, while guitar prodigy Aaron Keylock is currently working on his debut album with producer and Supersonic Blues Machine man Fabrizio Grossi.

Manchester outfit Federal Charm issued their second record Across The Divide in 2015.

Tickets for all dates go on general sale on June 17 via The Gig Cartel.

Simo, Aaron Keylock, Federal Charm UK tour dates

Nov 16: Southampton Talking Heads
Nov 17: Brighton Haunt
Nov 18: Cardiff Globe
Nov 19: Leek Foxlowe Arts
Nov 21: Nottingham Dodega
Nov 22: Wolverhampton Robin 2
Nov 23: Bristol Tunnels
Nov 25: York Fibbers
Nov 26: Crewe Box
Nov 27: Norwich Waterfront Studio
Nov 28: Sheffield Greystones
Nov 30: Newcastle Cluny
Dec 01: Glasgow O2 ABC2
Dec 02: Edinburgh Mash House
Dec 03: Manchester Deaf Institute
Dec 07: London Islington O2 Academy

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