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James Morrison to play Westonbirt Arboretum

British Male Solo Artist winner at the Brit Awards 2007, James Morrison, has announced he will be appearing at 5 stunning forest locations this summer as part of the Forestry Commission's annual 'Forest Tour'. James was the biggest selling male solo artist of 2006. His fantastic vocal talent and song-writing skills produced a No 1 debut album last year in 'Undiscovered', an album that finished as one of the top sellers of 2006, yet it was only released in August.

Singles like 'You Give Me Something', 'Wonderful World' and 'Pieces Don't Fit Anymore' have become playlist priority for radio stations across the UK. James' shows will be supporting the Forestry Commission's valuable social and environmental programmes. James new single 'Undiscovered' will be released on March 12th

Tickets are 23.50 (subject to booking fee) for all shows and go on general sale from 9.00am on Thursday 22nd February.


Thursday 7th June High Lodge, Thetford Forest, Santon Downham, Suffolk

Saturday 9th June Bedgebury Pinetum and Forest, Nr Goudhurst, Kent

Friday 22nd June Dalby Forest, Nr Thornton Le Dale, North York Moors

Friday 29th June Sherwood Pines Forest Park, Edwinstowe, Nr Mansfield, Notts

Sunday 1st July National Arboretum, Westonbirt, Nr Tetbury

Ticket Hotline: 01842 814612

Posted : 20/02/2007 22:21:11

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