20 Oct 2011
Kevin Hewick live in Leicester Autumn 2011 
Kevin Hewick returns to live action following a hiatus due to illness with two Leicester area shows in October and November.

On Saturday 22 October he plays The Donkey in Welford Road in what will comprise the world debut of Liberation Doll, his new band with Sally Barker, drummer Lee Allatson and bassist Ian Crabtree. Admission is only five of your British Pounds. Liberation Doll will release its debut album in 2012.

Then, on Monday 7 November, Kevin will play a show with his old friend Patrik Fitzgerald at The Musician in Clyde Street. This gig will also feature the first live appearance in over a decade by Ruth Po! of Po! fame. Tickets for this one are £7 in advance from wegottickets.com or £8 on the door.

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