Michelle Branch Announces 3 UK Dates Includes Shepherds Bush Empire Show 29th Sept

New Album ‘Hopeless Romantic’ Out Now

Following the release of her 4th studio album in April, Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum singer-songwriter Michelle Branch has announced 3 UK dates for September, including a show at London’s Shepherds Bush Empire on the 29th.

Hopeless Romantic’ is Michelle’s first solo album in 14 years since the Grammy-nominated ‘Hotel Paper’ and includes the beautifully vulnerable single ‘Fault Line’ a co-write by Michelle and Morgan Kibby from M83. The Sun said the album was ‘her most accomplished work to date’.

Michelle played her first ever London headline show at a sold-out Lexington in March with an all-star band, which included The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney, who also co-produced the album; Beck bassist (and album co-producer) Gus Seyffert; Killers guitarist Jake Blanton; and Sturgill Simpson’s keyboard player Bobby Emmett.

Patrick Carney joins her again on this fall tour in the UK, which will find her in Glasgow, Manchester and London.

Michelle Plays:
Sept 26th GLASGOW, King Tuts
Sept 27th MANCHESTER, Gorilla
Sept 29th LONDON, Shepherds Bush Empire

Pre-sale begins on May 31 for all three shows, with general on-sale beginning June 2.

Michelle was 17 when she signed with Maverick Records, and released her multi-platinum selling debut album The Spirit Room in 2001. She followed it up with 2003’s platinum selling ‘Hotel Paper’, before winning a Grammy for singing on Carlos Santana’s The Game of Love”. In 2006, Michelle found success with modern-country duo The Wreckers alongside Jessica Harp, their debut ‘Stand Still, Look Pretty’ was praised by critics.

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