Tickets For Bryan Ferry At Forest on Sale Friday
“I am really looking forward to my forest dates this summer. It is a real pleasure for an artist to perform in these wonderful locations.”
BRYAN Ferry - one of the UK’s most influential contemporary pop artists - has announced he will be performing at Thetford Forest in July as part of the Forestry Commission’s summer of Live Music.
Ferry is among a handful of performers who have enjoyed a highly successful career as a solo artist dovetailed with that as part of a band, being the singer, lyricist and principal composer for Roxy Music. A visionary musician, his contribution to a pioneering sound has generated a catalogue of chart hits including: Love Is The Drug, Let’s Stick Together, Slave To Love, Avalon, Jealous Guy, I Put A Spell On You and Don’t Stop The Dance. Described by Ferry as “a labour of love” last year saw the release of his 13th solo album, the critically acclaimed Olympia.
Commenting on the concerts Bryan Ferry says “I am really looking forward to my forest dates this summer. It is a real pleasure for an artist to perform in these wonderful locations.”
Money generated by Forestry Commission Live Music ticket sales is spent directly on the nation’s woodlands, benefiting everything from butterflies to walkers.”
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Inof: Ferry will be performing at Thetford Forest, nr Brandon, Suffolk on July 15.
Tickets �36.50 (subject to booking fee) go on sale at 9am on Friday, March 4 from the Forestry Commission box office on 03000 680400 or buy online at www.forestry.gov.uk/music
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