DRN’s Origins Tour

Dan Reed Network will be headlining a UK tour across through major cities this November in support of their impending and rather unique new album, Origins.

“We wanted to explore the opportunity to make our own decisions and taking ownership of our material, our trajectory and ultimately our love of creating music and entertaining those who support it,” said Dan Reed. “The November UK tour will be an embodiment of that.”

It also comes as a direct result of Dan Reed Network recording eight songs across three continents in front of 500 fans over the space of six months.

“Our live studio recording days have been a highlight moment in our career,” explained Reed. “Being able to showcase these new songs in a live environment will be a fantastic opportunity to thank and celebrate with those who made them a reality.”

The tour will be DRN’s first UK jaunt since gaining rave reviews when they supported Extreme on their critically acclaimed December 2017 UK tour.

Commenting on which Reed said; “The love we were shown on that tour, by not just Extreme and their management, but by those who were queuing outside the venue before the concerts, and the reception they gave us during our set, was a fantastic reminder of what we can accomplish.”

DRN look forward to British rock bands, Mason Hill and Hollowstar achieving similar recognition on their tour.

“There’s a whole new wave of energetic rock bands in the UK who are ready to explode,” reflects Reed. “DRN are thoroughly looking forward to sharing the stage with these talented young bands and hopefully we can help be a small part of their rise to the top!”

As well as showcase new material from the upcoming Origins album the band will revisiting their hits and reworking some Dan Reed Network classics. You can purchase tickets by clicking here.

About Paul H Birch

RAMzine Senior Writer - Writer of fiction, faction and fact, has edited several newsstand magazines. He declares himself a hack for hire but refuses to compromise on the subject of music.

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