Henry Rollins      “Frequent Flyer Tour” ANNOUNCED  Legendary writer, musician and actor, Henry Rollins returns to the UK in 2010 for a full UK round of “Talking” shows.  Henry will be traveling to some incredible places for the latter part of 2009 (China, Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India to name but a few) and is currently staring in the hit FX show “Sons Of Anarchy”, so will be full of interesting, entertaining, and no doubt hilarious tales of adventure and social commentary.  The list of dates for the “Frequent Flyer Tour” are as follows:  January 2010  12th                  Dublin, Vicar Street  (€26) 13th                  Glasgow, Academy (£17.50) 14th                  Leicester, De Montfort Hall (17.50) 15th                  London, Royal Festival Hall (£17.50/£20) 16th                  Manchester, Lowry (£18.50/£23.50) 17th                  Leamington, Assembly (£20) 18th                  Norwich, UEA (£15/£17) 19th                  Bournemouth, Opera House (£17.50) 20th                  Liverpool, Academy (£17.50) 21st                  Newcastle, Academy (£17.50) 22nd                  Leeds, Academy (£17.50)   Tickets are available from the venue box office or from www.ticketweb.co.uk   / www.seetickets.com  Henry Rollins joined the Southern California band Black Flag as vocalist in 1981. Upon the demise of the legendary rock group, he formed Rollins Band and has been making records and touring the world ever since.  Beyond taking the stage as a musician, Henry does speaking dates all over the world, and along with the band dates, has averaged over one hundred shows a year for twenty-five years.  A Grammy winner for the performance of his own book Get in the Van, Henry is not one to confine his performances strictly to the stage. He performs in movies and TV shows including Bad Boys II, Heat, and the just released The Devil’s Tomb,  as host of his own The Henry Rollins Show, and the upcoming season of Sons of Anarchy on the FX network.  Henry recently filmed a series of documentaries for IFC, and is currently hosting his weekly LA radio show, and running 2-13-61, a publishing company he created to release books, CDs and DVDs.                                                         www.henryrollins.com
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