Ricky Warwick – Announces UK Tour Postponement until 2022

RICKY WARWICK Announces UK Tour Postponement until 2022
Ricky Warwick, famed vocalist and frontman for Black Star Riders, Thin Lizzy and The Almighty, whose latest solo album ‘When Life Was Hard And Fast’ was released last Friday, 19th February, through Nuclear Blast has announced that his UK tour originally scheduled for April & May has been postponed until March 2022.

Ricky Warwick “Sadly the inevitable could not be avoided. I’m gutted at having to move my tour dates… but it’s for the greater good. With brighter days ahead I want us all to come to a rock ‘n roll show in unison where the only thing on our minds is the power of music on our wellbeing and psyche!”
 
All UK dates have been rescheduled with the addition of an Ireland show at Dublin’s Academy on March 15th.

The full Tour schedule is as follows:
Thursday 3rd March 2022 –  Cambridge, Junction (1 & 3)
Friday 4th March 2022 – Blackpool, The Waterloo – Massive Weekend  (Ricky acoustic performance)
Saturday 5th March 2022 – Blackpool, The Waterloo – Massive Weekend (2 & 3)
Sunday 6th March 2022 – Leeds, The Warehouse (1 & 2)
Tuesday 8th March 2022 – Reading, Sub 89 (1 & 3)
Wednesday 9th March 2022 – Norwich, The Waterfront (1 & 3)
Thursday 10th March 2022 – Bedford, Esquires (1 & 3)
Friday 11th March 2022 – Buckley, Tivoli (1 & 2)
Saturday 12th March 2022 – Carlisle, The Brickyard (1 & 2)
Sunday 13th March 2022 – Newcastle, University Students Union (1 & 2)
Tuesday 15th March 2022 – Dublin, Academy
Wednesday 16th March 2022 – Belfast, Limelight 2
Friday 18th March 2022 – Glasgow, G2 / The Garage (1 & 2)
Saturday 19th March 2022 – Manchester, Club Academy (1 & 2)
Sunday 20th March 2022 – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms (1 & 2)
Wednesday 23rd March 2022 – Wolverhampton, KK’s Steel Mill (1 & 3)
Thursday 24th March 2022 – London, O2 Academy Islington (1 & 3)
Friday 25th March 2022 – Bournemouth, Madding Crowd (1 & 2)
Saturday 26th March 2022 – Swansea, Patti Pavillion (1, 2 & 3)  
Special Guests on the dates are as follows (see numbers next to dates for who is at each show):
VIRGINMARYS (1)                         ANCHOR LANE (2)                         THE HOWLING TIDES (3)
All existing 2021 tickets are still valid with new tickets available from links at www.rickywarwick.com

The new album “When Life Was Hard And Fast” is available from all usual retailers via links at www.rickywarwick.com with special editions and https://www.musicglue.com/ricky-warwick/

Produced by Keith Nelson
(Buckcherry, Blackberry Smoke, Alice Cooper) and Ricky Warwick,  Ricky’s band consisted of Robert Crane (Bass), Xavier Muriel (Drums) and Keith Nelson (Guitar) as well as a number of special guests including Def Leppard‘s Joe ElliottAndy Taylor formerly of Duran Duran, Thunder‘s Luke Morley, Dizzy Reed from Guns n’ Roses and even Ricky‘s daughter Pepper

‘When Life Was Hard And Fast’ Tracklist
1. When Life Was Hard And Fast
2. You Don’t Love Me
3. I’d Rather Be Hit
4. Gunslinger
5. Never Corner A Rat
6. Time Don’t Seem To Matter
7. Fighting Heart
8. I Don’t Feel At Home
9. Still Alive
10. Clown Of Misery
11. You’re My Rock N Roll


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