|27th February 2021|
The Queens Hall Edinburgh
85 - 89 Clerk Street, Edinburgh South EH8 9JG
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This concert is rescheduled from 28 March 2020.
Fish returns to UK stages in Feb 2021 with his final album 'Weltschmerz' which is scheduled for release exactly 30 years after his first solo album, 'Vigil in a Wilderness of Mirrors' was released in January 1990. Fish will be performing songs from his new album including 'Man with a Stick', which was voted best single of 2018 on 'Planet Rock Radio', as well as other tracks from his much awaited 'Weltschmerz' project that has been over 2 years in the making. As well as the new material the 2021 UK shows will feature Marillion tracks and a full performance of the 'Vigil' album in what will be the start of the closing of the circle on Fish's long solo career.
Support comes from Doris Brendel, daughter of famed classical pianist Alfred Brendel, who is one of the most accomplished and exciting live singers on the scene. Apart from first-class musicianship, she puts on incredibly visual shows, with outlandish steam-punk costumes and even laser gloves.
Presented by The Gig Cartel
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