This spring will see Derek W Dick, AKA Fish, hit the road for yet another bout of British touring. The former Marillion man and respected songwriting icon will arrive with his instantly identifiable Scottish presence to play a host of venues across the country, wherein he will be joined by his inimitable band.
Whether it's delivering spellbinding acoustic sets with select compatriots or plugging in for altogether rockier sounds there's no denying Fish's unparalleled reputation as an entertainer extraordinaire, which has been cemented in no small part by the numerous legendary shows and highly regarded studio releases that now litter his decade-spanning career.
Currently working on a brand new LP, with news of that to follow in the coming months, this next series of dates will afford fans a chance to catch him in the flesh, performing a selection of his best-loved work. Needless to say then, they should not be missed. More details can be found on his web site http://www.fish-thecompany.com and on his Facebook page Fish (Musician/Band), where you can also find updates and posts on his activities.
Fish - UK Tour Dates - May 2013
17 May Glasgow 02 ABC
18 May Aberdeen The Lemon Tree
19 May Gateshead The Sage
21 May Stockton ARC
22 May Stamford Corn Exchange
23 May Warrington Parr Hall
25 May Holmfirth Picturedrome
26 May Bilston Robin 2
27 May Milton Keynes The Stables
29 May Islington O2 Academy
30 May Bath Komedia
31 May Tavistock The Wharfe
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