The Hoosiers to play debut album The Trick to Life at St Albans gig
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The Hoosiers will play debut album The Trick To Life in full at a gig at The Horn in St Albans.
Remember 2007 indie-pop classics Worried About Ray and Goodbye Mr A?
The Hoosiers, the band behind those two top five UK hits, will be appearing live in St Albans later this year as part of a special tour to mark the 10-year anniversary of their chart-topping debut album The Trick To Life.
Never released on vinyl, the band will be selling a new limited edition vinyl pressing and expanded 2CD edition of their debut when they undertake a huge UK tour that will see them play the album in its entirety for the first time.
Their 27-date autumn tour includes a show at The Horn pub in St Albans on Monday, November 6.
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Tickets for the gig are on sale now and selling fast.
They cost £15 in advance and £17 on the door.
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A few weeks earlier, Scottish rock band Big Country will be playing The Horn on Thursday, October 26.
Black Man Ray band China Crisis are also due to appear in concert at the Victoria Street music venue on Thursday, October 5.
Tickets for both Big Country and China Crisis are almost sold out.
• For more details, and to buy tickets, visit The Horn’s website at www.thehorn.co.uk