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RORY Graham, better known as Rag’n’Bone Man, has announced a summer gig at Bath Racecourse on Saturday, July 31.

The popular singer/songwriter will release his long-awaited second album Life By Misadventure on May 7.

The album is his first full-length since the ground-breaking and award-winning 2017 debut Human, and its lead single All You Ever Wanted climbing to #2 on the UK Airplay Charts.

The initial reception to Rag’n’Bone Man’s return has been a resounding triumph, being selected as Greg James’ and Arielle Free’s Record of the Week on BBC Radio 1 as well as Jo Whiley’s on BBC Radio 2. The single has been added straight to the A list at Radio 2, to the Radio 1 B list, not to mention being added straight to the A-list at Absolute, Absolute 20s, Virgin and Radio X as well.

Rag’n’Bone Man’s 2017 landmark debut Human was a phenomenal success; a four times platinum album which shot to #1 week of release in the UK, became the fastest-selling album by a male artist for the entire decade and earned him BRIT and Ivor Novello Awards.

If that’s a hard act to follow, Rag‘n’Bone Man tore up the rulebook and went to Nashville to write and record what would become Life By Misadventure.

While a dose of heavy blues and soul lives within some of these new tunes, most of this new album finds Rag‘n’Bone Man taking a huge step forward as an artist, a songwriter, and a singer capable of showcasing tremendous warmth and real emotion with every breath.

He worked with Grammy Award-winning producer and multi-instrumentalist Mike Elizondo at his recording studio just outside Nashville.

Anywhere Away From Here is the new single from Rag’n’Bone Man and Pink taken from the forthcoming album Life By Misadventure, the perfect tonic for these times.

Tickets at £38.50 are available on pre-sale on Wednesday, April 28 and on general sale from Friday, April 30.

They are available from https://www.ticketweb.uk/event/ragnbone-man-bath-racecourse-tickets/10988675 and www.ticketmaster.co.uk

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