Fyfe Dangerfield special guest @ Rufus Wainwright July 2010 UK shows

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Fyfe Dangerfield special guest to Rufus Wainwright at summer shows

Following the success of his version of Billy Joel's classic seventies single "She's Always A Woman", Fyfe Dangerfield has been announced as support to Rufus Wainwright at two very special UK shows.

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Taking place in the sophisticated surrounds of Kenwood House on Hampstead Heath on July 3rd as well as at the Brighton Centre the following evening, the shows will see Rufus singing from 'Rufus Does Judy' alongside selections from his last album and back catalogue.

Fyfe meanwhile will be opening the eagerly awaited shows with material from his first, critically acclaimed solo album 'Fly Yellow Moon', released at the start of the year and including the singles "Faster Than The Setting Sun" and "She Needs Me".

The Guillemots frontman's live shows are fast becoming the stuff of legend after Sir Paul McCartney was spotted in the crowd, loving every minute, at one of his recent gigs at the Bloomsbury Theatre.

Fyfe Dangerfield tour dates with Rufus Wainwright:

(Dates and information subject to change.)

July 2010

Sat 3rd KENWOOD HOUSE, London
Sun 4th CENTRE, Brighton

A version of 'Fly Yellow Moon' with added bonus material is out now on Geffen UK.

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