IMELDA MAY ADDITIONAL UK TOUR DATES ADDED DUE TO DEMAND INCLUDING ROYAL ALBERT HALL ON NOVEMBER 22

Irish superstar singer and songwriter Imelda May has announced three additional UK tour dates due to phenomenal public demand. The new November dates include a headline show at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall, where Imelda supported The Who in April, in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

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Imelda May Soars Up US And UK Charts With ‘Life. Love. Flesh. Blood’ Ahead Of UK/Ireland And US Tours

Imelda May has topped the UK Americana chart with her highly praised new album – ‘Life. Love. Flesh. Blood’. The Irish singer songwriter also hit No.5 in…

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Every UK Number One Song: Hey Joe

“Hey Joe ” by Frankie Laine was Number One on 24th October 1953 and it remained at number one for 2 weeks. Now this is a fast…

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Every UK Number One Song: Look At That Girl

“Look At That Girl ” by Guy Mitchell was Number One on 12th September 1953 and it remained at number one for 6 weeks. Another great number one…

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Every UK Number One Song: The Moulin Rouge Theme

“The Moulin Rouge Theme” by Mantovani & His Orchestra was Number One on 15th June 1953 and it remained at number one for 1 week. This…

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Every UK Number One Song: I’m Walking Behind You

“I’m Walking Behind You” by Eddie Fisher was Number One on 27th June 1953 and it remained at number one for 1 week. The second number…

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Every UK Number One Song: I Believe

“I Believe” by Frankie Laine was Number One on 25th April 1953 and it remained at number one for an amazing 6 weeks. Frankie, or…

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Every UK Number One Song: (How Much Is That) Doggie In The Window?

“(How Much Is That) Doggie In The Window?” by Lita Roza was Number One on 18th April 1953 and it remained at number one for…

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Every UK Number One Song: Broken Wings

“Broken Wings” by The Stargazers was Number One on 11th April 1953 and it remained at number one for 1 week. This song was…

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Every UK Number One Song: She Wears Red Feathers

“She Wears Red Feathers” by Guy Mitchell was Number One on 14th March 1953 and it remained at number one for 4 weeks. When I…

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Every UK Number One Song: Don’t Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes

”Don’t Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes” by Perry Como was Number One on 7th February 1953 and it remained at number one for…

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Every UK Number One Song: Outside Of Heaven

“Outside Of Heaven” by Eddie Fisher was Number One on 31st January 1953 and it remained at number one for 1 week. I could…

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Every UK Number One Song: Comes Along A Love

I have a playlist that contains every UK number one song since charts began in 1952. Thanks to EveryHit, this is a fairly simple process. Let’s…

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