Paul Heaton

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Paul Heaton plays at King Tuts in Glasgow on 21st September 2010. ..Paul Heaton releases his brand new single and album in September 2010.   'The Ladder's Bottom Rung' sees Heaton sing of 'The folk you learn to trust the most, Are the folk with hardly any' which is a celebration of honesty and morality set to a hook-laden classic pop tune.   The song is taken from 'Acid Country' released a week after the single on 13th September.  Having recently made a headline appearance on the Leftfield Stage at Glastonbury in June and played a storming set at Latitude, shows at V Festival follow in August and a full tour in September.   He has also just been announced as support on the Madness tour for November/December.   ..'Acid Country' is Paul's 15th studio album. Recorded with his band in Colne, Lancashire earlier this year; the album was co-produced by Mr. Heaton and Christian Madden (of The Earlies) and features guest vocals from Sally Ellyson of New York's Hem and Ruth Skipper from Moulettes.   ..The new long player sees the former Beautiful South and Housemartins frontman continue to write classic melodies with a country edge, whilst also maintaining his sparkling pop sensibilities. As ever, his intricate and sometimes acerbic lyrics stand out with songs about old and new experiences, stories of travels and home, optimism and pessimism.  .. .Pictures: Peter Kaminski/Universal News and Sport (Europe)2010
Paul Heaton plays at King Tuts in Glasgow on 21st September 2010. ..Paul Heaton releases his brand new single and album in September 2010. 'The Ladder's Bottom Rung' sees Heaton sing of 'The folk you learn to trust the most, Are the folk with hardly any' which is a celebration of honesty and morality set to a hook-laden classic pop tune. The song is taken from 'Acid Country' released a week after the single on 13th September. Having recently made a headline appearance on the Leftfield...
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