THE WILDHEARTS To Reunite For GINGER's Birthday Bash

September 10, 2012

Former THE WILDHEARTS frontman Ginger (real name David Walls) will celebrate his 48th birthday with a very special show in London on December 17.

This year's concert is particularly special as it will feature a one-night-only reunion of THE WILDHEARTS for the first time in three years to play a headline set at the Kentish Town Forum.

Special guests will be none other than Ginger himself, who will play a solo set prior to THE WILDHEARTS taking the stage (with a band consisting of Chris Catalyst, Jon Poole, Rich Jones, Victoria Liedtke and Denzel). Ginger's solo set will feature material from his fourth solo album, "555%", which came out this past March

Eighty percent of tickets have already been sold in the first week and this event is expect to sell out soon.

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