RODRIGUEZ full UK Tour Winter 2012

RODRIGUEZ full UK Tour Winter 2012

RODRIGUEZ full UK Tour Winter 2012, SELLS OUT Royal Festival Hall    and The Roundhouse – extra London date added

To see Rodriguez live is to see a Phoenix risen from the ashes. British fans of the cult performer and subject of critical smash movie Searching For Sugar Man (soundtrack out now, DVD will be available Nov 19th) now have a chance to catch a rare performances this winter across the UK.

      Rodriguez’s recently rediscovered back catalogue is packed with social commentary, brilliant tunes and, in the case of his 1970      album Cold Fact – a genuine psychedelic classic. These live dates will see them performed by the man himself, backed by full band –  and he’s never sounded better.

    Fri 16 Nov The Roundhouse, London –
    Sat 17 Nov  The Royal Festival Hall, London – SOLD OUT
    Sun 18 Nov The Roundhouse, London – SOLD OUT
    Thu 22 Nov The Philharmonic Hall, Liverpool –                 
    Sat 24 Nov The Sage Gateshead –
    Sun 25 Nov The Usher Hall, Edinburgh –
    Tue 27 Nov The Button Factory, Dublin –
    Wed 28 Nov The Empire Music Hall, Belfast –
    Fri 30 Nov The Dome, Brighton –—Searching-for-Sugar-Man/4951    
    Sat 1 Dec The Colston Hall, Bristol –
    Sun 2 Dec The Academy, Manchester –

Catch his recent performance on David Letterman here:


    Rodriguez’s label LIGHT IN THE ATTIC (    will be celebrating their 10th Anniversary this October in style with    shows, Road Trips and special 7″ series including one from Iggy Pop!    Hit back for more info, they also have another mighty fine release    lined up for you all this November…

    RAY STINNETT ‘A Fire Somewhere’ released 12th November on Light In The Attic –

“I used to be accused of being ahead of my time, so I took some      time off.” Ray Stinnett

    Summer of ’69. Ray Stinnett, original guitarist in Sam The Sham    & The Pharaohs (“Wooly Bully”), finds himself leaving Memphis    for the Morning Star Ranch in Northern California. In keeping with    the zeitgeist of the times, he tunes in and drops out. Fast forward    to ’71 and Ray is back in Memphis recording his masterpiece for    A&M at the legendary Fame and Ardent Studios with assistance    from Booker T. and co-mixer/engineer Richard Rosebrough (Chris Bell,    Big Star). A&M shelves the album and 41 years just slide by.    That’s the story and here’s where it ends up. Over 40 years in the    making, A Fire Somewhere is an album oozing with swampy Southern    charm. A perfect melding of Memphis soul and San Francisco    psych-rock.

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RODRIGUEZ full UK Tour Winter 2012