Singer Adam Ditchburn launching album at Verulamium Museum
A UNIQUE live broadcast from Verulamium Museum in St Albans to the rest of the world will see a singer-songwriter launch his new album.
Adam Ditchburn’s album, Behind the Painting, will be unveiled to the world with a live performance that will be broadcast on the internet on Monday, December 5, from 8pm.
The album will be available from this time on iTunes, Amazon and other major download sites, as well as a CD version on his website.
Adam’s songs vary in themes of everyday life to tales of historical battles, including a song about the Boudiccan Revolt, which included the burning of Verulamium.
The event is only viewable online and will not have a live audience at the museum, but viewers can tune in wherever they are and chat with other viewers.
To find out more, visit www.adamditchburn.com
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