Friday, July 1, 2022

Andrew Cushin added to lineup for Paul Weller at Lincolnshire Showground

Breakout singer-songwriter, Andrew Cushin, has been added to the lineup for three of Paul Weller’s huge outdoor shows this summer.

The young Geordie has not only been heralded by Noel Gallagher who collaborated on Cushin’s single ‘Where’s My Family Gone’, but by another iconic rock ‘n’ roller, Pete Doherty, who signed Cushin to his Strap Originals label.

Also joining Richard Hawley on the lineup, Andrew Cushin takes to the stage ahead of Paul Weller at Hop Farm in Kent on 18th June, Lincolnshire Showground on 2nd July and Bedford Park on 30th July.

Andrew Cushin is an artist going from strength-to-strength. His first slew of songs were released to critical acclaim by the Sunday Times Culture, Clash, Music Week and others, for their astute, observational storytelling and honest meditations about life’s day-to-day tribulations.

The recent release of Cushin’s landmark debut EP ‘You Don’t Belong’ now sees an exciting evolution for the 22-year-old artist. His music bristles with a new-found energy and bite and has garnered the talented youngster high profile support across BBC Introducing and Amazing Radio, among others.

From The Albion Rooms – The Libertines’ studio in Margate – where the EP was recorded, Cushin is now set to perform his new EP to live crowds in their masses when he lines up alongside The Modfather himself.

These performances come amidst a packed touring schedule that also includes shows with Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and The Sherlocks, a selection of festivals, and Cushin’s biggest headline tour to date in October.

There couldn’t be a better time to catch this hot new talent before his star reaches dizzying heights. Tickets cost £48.50 + booking fee.

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