Micah Erenberg plays Coventry 23rd May

Micah Erenberg plays Coventry 23rd May


The Tin Music and Arts in Coventry, welcomes Micah Erenberg next Thursday (23rd May) and he’s one to see.

Canadian multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter Micah Erenberg recently released his ‘Somewhere Beyond The Ocean’ single, a captivating and poetic song, which is now followed up by an equally endearing offering –  ‘Do It For Love’ (see below). The song comes ahead of Micah bringing his diverse talent to the UK in May and June for a series of live performances including The Great Escape and several headline dates across the country, as well as appearances with The Leisure Society and Alan Power. The Manitoba-based artist is gearing up to release a full length later this year.

TOUR DATES
May

8th UK London, The Slaughtered Lamb9th UK Brighton, The Great Escape Festival (Queens Hotel, 8pm)11th UK Brighton, The Great Escape Festival (The Green Door Store, 1:20pm)
12th UK St Leonards on Sea, Marina Fountain
14th UK Folkestone, The Chambers
15th UK Bristol, Vaults
17th UK Glasgow, Blue Arrow w/ The Leisure Society
18th UK Middlesborough, Georgian Theatre
20th UK, Leeds, Oporto
23rd UK Coventry, The Tin Music and Arts
29th UK London, Sebright Arms w/ Mesadorm

June

3rd UK London, The Ned
4th UK Sheffield, Picture House Social w/ Alan Power
5th UK London, The Victoria w/ Alan Power

Image courtesy of PR.

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