The Toy Hearts will be headlining the award-winning Liverpool Acoustic Live this coming Friday 25th January – just one of a series of UK and European tour dates for the Birmingham-based sister-fronted band before they relocated to Austin, Texas for six months from May.
STOP PRESS – The Toy Hearts will be appearing on Billy Butler‘s BBC Radio Merseyside show from 2.30pm on Friday 25th. They’ll be talking about their music, their move to Texas, the Liverpool show that evening, and playing some songs live on air. You can listen on the radio on 95.8 FM, DAB, or online at bbc.co.uk/merseyside
Friday’s show takes place at the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street, at the heart of the Cavern Quarter, where The Toy Hearts will be playing their full show of two sets. Support on the night is from local singer-songwriter Marc Sunderland (The Drifting Classroom/Peter and the Wolf).
The venue has a capacity of only 70 people so get there early if you don’t want to be disappointed. Remember, Grateful Fred’s venue is twice the size of the View Two and The Toy Hearts sold it out both times they played there.
p.s. Monday’s PR email contained a secret advance ticket link for our 4th anniversary show on 22nd February with The Mono LPs. These tickets go on general sale from this coming Friday. If you’d like to find out about our live events first, and have access to tickets for future events before they go on general sale, then sign up to our Event PR Mailing List.
The Toy Hearts hit Liverpool this Friday on the road to Texas
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