Why Not Nothing? / Sweet Brother Malcolm
AA side 7 inch single released December 4th 2006
The final release of a hugely successful year for Richard Ashcroft is double AA side 7-inch single 'Why Not Nothing?' / 'Sweet Brother Malcolm'. Both the blisteringly powerful 'Why Not Nothing?' and the poignant, soulful 'Sweet Brother Malcolm' are taken from Richard Ashcroft's platinum album 'Keys To The World'.
Only held off the No.1 slot on it's release in January by the freakish sales of Arctic Monkeys debut album, 'Keys To The World' has spawned the hit singles 'Break The Night With Colour', 'Music Is Power', and 'Words Just Get In The Way'.
Having already completed two sold-out UK tours this year, plus a 30,000-capacity solo show at Old Trafford cricket ground, his biggest headline show since his days in The Verve, Richard Ashcroft is set to end 2006 with an Arena Tour. The dates are:
Wed 29th Nov Glasgow SECC 0870 169 0100
Thurs 30th Nov Manchester Evening News Arena 0870 190 8000 / 0161 832 1111
Sat 2nd Dec Newcastle Arena 0870 707 8000
Sunday 3rd Dec Birmingham NIA 0870 909 4144
Tuesday 5th Dec Wembley Arena 0870 060 0870 / 020 7403 331
24hr cc hotline: 0871 2200 260 / 0871 230 6230 or online www.gigsandtours.com
Tickets Ã‚Â£23.50, London Ã‚Â£25.
image copyright: Tom Sheehan
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