FRANK TURNER ANNOUNCES NEW DVD/CD SHOW 2000 – LIVE AT NOTTINGHAM ROCK CITY – 15/12/16 TO BE RELEASED DECEMBER 13
NEW UK TOP 3 ALBUM: NO MAN’S LAND OUT NOW
20 NOVEMBER 2019 (TORONTO, ON) - On the eve of a nine date UK headline tour, Frank Turner today announces details for a new DVD/CD release, Show 2000 - Nottingham Rock City - 15/12/2016, which will be available to purchase on December 13. Capturing Turner’s 2000th solo show to date in audio and video formats, the new release encapsulates everything a classic Frank Turner live show involves – blistering high energy performance, mass audience sing-a-long and a beautiful community spirit. The night was a real celebration of Frank having performed 2000 live shows in a little over 10 years – which averages out to a consistently amazing 200+ shows a year.
Talking of the release Frank says: "I'm very happy to finally have the recordings of my 2000th show out there in the world - it's been a long time coming. It was a perfect show, and a great document of a certain place in time and in my career."
Available as a DVD/CD format, Show 2000… is a must for all Frank fans.
The release will arrive close on the tail of a nine date UK headline tour. The dates will see Turner put a new twist on his formidable live set up - featuring a solo set followed by an unplugged band performance in seated venues - featuring material from his new album, the UK Top 3 release No Man’s Land. Watch the latest single release, “The Lioness”, live in session at EartH Hackney here.
Listen to the album No Man’s Land HERE
Turner’s fourth consecutive UK Top 3 album, No Man’s Land is produced by Catherine Marks (The Big Moon, Wolf Alice, Foals) and features an all-female cast of musicians. Turner launched the album alongside his successful 13 part podcast series, Tales From No Man’s Land (produced in collaboration with Somethin’ Else). No Man’s Land is dedicated to the vital stories of women whose lives have all too often been overlooked by dint of their gender. “It’s bringing together my two main interests in life, which have always been separate from each other - history and songwriting,” explains Turner.
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