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With their debut album ‘Good Ol’ Fashioned Love’ hitting the UK charts in April, male vocal harmony group The Overtones announce a sixteen date UK & Ireland theatre tour including a night at the London Palladium. The tour will start in Derry on October 1st and visit Belfast, Dublin, Warwick, Bournemouth, Nottingham, Birmingham, York, Bristol, Salford, Gateshead, Glasgow, Preston, London and Northampton before concluding in Ipswich on October 27th.

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Sat 1st - Derry Millennium Forum 028 7126 4455
Sun 2nd - Belfast Waterfront Hall 028 9033 4455
Tue 4th - Dublin National Concert Hall 01 417 0000
Sat 8th - Warwick Arts Centre 02476 524524
Mon 10th - Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre 0844 5763000
Tue 11th - Nottingham Royal Centre 0115 989 5555
Thu 13th - Birmingham Symphony Hall 0121 780 3333
Sat 15th - York Barbican Centre 0844 854 2757
Sun 16th - Bristol Colston Hall 0117 922 3686
Tue 18th - Salford Lowry 0870 787 5796
Wed 19th - Gateshead Sage 1 0191 443 4661
Thu 20th - Glasgow Royal Concert Hall 0844 847 2487
Sat 22nd - Preston Guildhall 01772 258 858
Mon 24th - London Palladium 020 7403 3331
Wed 26th - Northampton Derngate 01604 624811
Thu 27th - Ipswich Regent 01473 433100

Tickets price: £19.50 / £23.50 except:
London £19.50 / £25.00 / £29.50
Belfast & Derry £20.00 / £22.50
Dublin €19.00 / €25.00 / €30.00
(plus booking fees) 
24 hour booking 0844 811 0051 / 0844 826 2826
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Since releasing ‘Good Ol’ Fashioned Love’ in November last year the male quintet’s star has risen meteorically with sales of the album already passing the 200,000 mark and their first headline tour selling out instantly. As well as inspired interpretations of hits from yesteryear, including The Darts' ‘Come Back My Love’ and The Chords’ ‘SH-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream)’, The Overtones’ impressive armoury includes the co-written album title track and their own timeless compositions ‘Carolyn’ and showstopper ‘Gambling Man’.

Having been performing in pubs and clubs as a four-piece for four years and, with the addition of bass Lachie Chapman, as a five-piece for two years this is no overnight success:

'We’ve been working towards this for a long time but the last six months have been a complete whirlwind. We're living our dream and it's just incredible! We're now number 4 in the album charts after being in the top 10 for 3 weeks. We have to keep pinching ourselves” enthused falsetto Darren Everest.

The Overtones, who blend classic 50s’ harmonies with modern pop, completed their debut headline tour this week to rave reviews. Bristolian Mike Crawshaw said “We've loved being on tour and having the chance to get up close and personal with the audience and to thank our fans for their great, great support from the very beginning!”