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James Blunt – The Afterlove Tour

UK folk and pop troubadour James Blunt is set to serenade fans in Melbourne and Sydney in March next year as he returns in support of his latest album 'The Afterlove'. He will also be playing quadruple dates for A Day On The Green with stops in Hunter Valley, Brisbane, Wahgunyah and Perth.

James' departure from the military in 2002 to pursue a music career was indeed all worth it. He shot to fame with the release of his debut album 'Back to Bedlam' in 2004. The album spawned his breakthrough hit and US Billboard number one 'You're Beautiful' and made him a chart-toppper, an award magnet and a global superstar all at once. Now a little over a decade, he is riding on his fifth studio effort called 'The Afterlove' which was released in March under Atlantic Records. The album further strengthened his connection with his loyals and also gained him a new legion of fans.

As busy as a bee, James Blunt is currently winding up a North-American tour with good friend Ed Sheeran. He will then spend the last part of the year hopping across venues in Europe before flying down under in the first quarter of 2018.

Joining him on the upcoming Sydney and Melbourne shows will be Australian country singer Morgan Evans. Morgan was CMA 2016's Global Artist of the Year. Meanwhile, one of Australia’s most loved musicians Pete Murray, Rockhampton duo Busby Marou and singer-songwriter Alex Lloyd will all be in tow for the A Day On The Green shows. The Voice Australia's first season grand champion Karise Eden will join them except for the Perth show.

Knowing James Blunt, he'll definitely pull a string in your heart the moment he steps on stage so check his tour details below and get your hands on tickets now!


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