He has four dates coming up this winter.
Frank Turner continues to make a complete cult of himself when he swings by Cyprus Avenue, Cork (December 6); Roisin Dubh, Galway (7); Limelight, Belfast (8); and Whelan’s, Dublin (9).
Having fronted UK post-hardcore merchants Millions Dead for five years, Turner decided in 2005 to go the acoustic troubadour route and has amassed an insanely loyal live following.
He also achieved commercial breakthrough with last year’s England Keep My Bones, which got to number 12 in the UK
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After a year of both sold-out gigs and death threats, it’s little wonder that Frank Turner’s fifth solo album finds him in reflective form. The English troubadour tells us why Mick Jagger is a fraud and why he won’t touch Margaret Thatcher “with a fucking bargepole!”Read More
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Ahead of his Irish tour, punk troubadour Frank Turner talks riots, politics and selling out.Read More
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On March 31, Relentless Energy Drink are releasing a short film about Frank Turner as part of their filmmaking competition, Short Stories. Young up-and-coming filmmakers are challenged to bring to life the idea of No Half Measures, and over the year eight films from different disciplines will be released online.Read More
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