TOUR NEWS: Fun Lovin’ Criminals tour February/March 2017

Dates include 9th February SHEFFIELD The Plug and 4th March MANCHESTER Albert Hall


Fun Lovin’ Criminals burst onto the music scene in 1996, gate crashing the euphoric Brit-pop party with unforgettable finesse. Heralded for their generation defining blend of styles and effortless New York cool, FLC’s refreshing cocktail of rock n’ roll, funk, blues, soul, hip hop, jazz and latin, gave the Crims a unique timelessness that is still apparent three decades on.

Frontman turned Sony Award winning BBC radio broadcaster Huey Morgan explains; “FLC always bring a mucho grande style. In my half Irish, half Puerto Rican vernacular, this means we goin’ BIG. Of course we want everybody to come along for the ride, we wouldn’t be doing this if it wasn’t for the fans. Bigger the party the better, so come join us!”

The Lower East side trio, consisting of founding partner Brian ‘Fast’ Leiser on bass, trumpet and samples and the groups longest-standing drummer Frank ‘The Rhythm Master’ Benbini, will be hitting the UK for a 12 date UK/IRE tour for, as the FLC song of the same name states; a Big Night Out.

Testament to the Crims critical and cultural importance, 2016 also marked the year that the worlds most esteemed lexicographers officially added the term ‘Scooby Snacks’ to the Oxford English Dictionary, citing the famous lyrics to the global FLC hit single of the same name in the new edition. So there you have it, smart people dig FLC, so y’all should too.

Fun Lovin’ Criminals – UK TOUR

3rd Feb ABERDEEN The Garage
4th Feb EDINBURGH Queens Hall
9th Feb SHEFFIELD The Plug
10th Feb BRISTOL 02 Academy
11th Feb SOUTHAMPTON Engine Rooms
16th Feb LINCOLN Engine Shed
17th Feb CAMBRIDGE The Junction
18th Feb LEAMINGTON SPA Assembly
2nd Mar LONDON Electric Brixton
3rd Mar NOTTINGHAM Rock City
4th Mar MANCHESTER Albert Hall

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