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Martin Turner – The Vintage Years Spring Tour

Former Wishbone Ash vocalist and bass player Martin Turner returns to the tour the UK with his solo band this Spring. It has been announced that following last year’s sold-out shows where they performed Wishbone Ash’s seminal 1972 album Argus in its entirety, they will follow suit performing 1974’s iconic There’s the Rub album in full. There’s the Rub marked ...

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Wishbone Ash – The Vintage Years Collection Due

Wishbone Ash are to have a truly comprehensive deluxe 30 CD box set, The Vintage Years, loaded with rarities, memorabilia, a new interview and a lavish 156 page hardback book, released in April 2018, courtesy Madfish. A third of this new collection will feature previously unheard and unreleased material. Authorised by all the original members of Wishbone Ash, bass player ...

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Martin Turner band photo by Colin Ellison.

Martin Turner – An Evening of Wishbone Ash Music & Beyond

Martin Turner, co-founder of the legendary Wishbone Ash, has announced an epic 33 date The Beauty of Chaos 2017 UK tour that will include rare performances of the classic Argus album in its entirety. “My band – Danny, Tim and Misha – and I are looking forward to the upcoming tour,” said Turner. “As always fans can expect a mix ...

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Martin Turner To Play Argus In Full

Martin Turner co-founder of Wishbone Ash has announced that he will play the band’s seminal album Argus in full on the last night of his current UK tour, at the Y Theatre in Leicester on 10th December. The third album to be released by the band Argus was named Album of the Year in 1972 by the weekly music paper ...

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Martin Turner hits the road this November

Martin Turner co-founder of Wishbone Ash hits the road for a 19 date UK winter tour in support of his latest album, Written in the Stars Tour. “We had such a great reception from audiences at our recent Written in the Stars shows in the UK, Poland and Germany; we can’t wait to return to UK stages next month,” said the ...

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