Francis Rossi - 'I Talk Too Much'

William Aston Hall, Wrexham.

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William Aston Hall

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MAY 2010

12 Edinburgh Queen's Hall

13 Birmingham Town Hall

14 Manchester Academy

16 London Her Majesty's Theatre

18 Cardiff Glee Club

19 Sheffield Memorial Hall

Live Nation are proud to announce that Francis Rossi will undertake his first ever solo tour in May 2010.

The Status Quo frontman has long been regarded as one of the finest rock performers this nation has ever produced and his songwriting has been duly recognized by the Classic Songwriter Award and the BRIT Award for Outstanding Contribution To Music [jointly with Rick Parfitt].

This solo tour will allow him to reveal another side of himself to the Rock fraternity and also to step outside the Status Quo machine and indulge himself musically.

Rossi commented, "I never stop writing songs and melodies but there have been many tracks over the years that just weren't right for Quo. These songs have been gathering dust in my mind for too long and now seems the right time to showcase them. It's a big step for me but I hope to see lots of the same faces out there on the road!"

Francis Rossi will be accompanied by an 8 piece band on this tour.

The "One Step At A Time" tour represents a great chance to witness one of Rock's great performers, famous for his dry wit and lyrical dash, up close and personal.

Don't wait another forty years for the next chance!