Amazing news…..

We are very proud to announce that Mostly Autumn, as a four piece, have been invited and confirmed, to be the support for Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow on June 25th 2016 at the Birmingham Genting Arena.

Our most sincere and heartfelt thanks go to all in the Ritchie Blackmore camp for this incredible opportunity.  As you may well know Ritchie Blackmore has been a major influence on me ever since I was a child, in fact, one of the main reasons I picked up a guitar in the first place all those years ago.

This will be very special for so many reasons.

Hope to see you there..

Bryan Josh

Rainbow

 

Also – we are pleased to confirm tour dates for Spring this year

01.05.2016 – The Ferry, Glasgow

07.05.2016 – Muziekgieterij – Maastricht – NL

08.05.2016 – P60 – Amstelveen – NL – 4pm start

20.05.2016 – Fibbers – York

28.05.2016 – London O2 Academy – Islington

05.06.2016 – Robin 2 – Bilston 

25.06.2016 – Ritchie Blackmore’s Rainbow – support – Genting Arena – Birmingham

07.08.2016 – Cambridge Rock Festival – Cambridge

 

 

9 Responses to “Amazing news…..”

  1. good luck guys know you will do well

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  2. Phil Yaxley Says:

    Great news Bryan. That will be a great evening. PS…Could you also please squeeze in a date in Houston ; -) Missing you guys.

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  3. North America tour in the future???

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  4. Para cuando en Argentina ??????

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  5. Stephen Chamberlain Says:

    Great news but which 4 are the lucky ones ?

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  6. Nigel Hawes Says:

    Great news about the Rainbow show but you don’t appear to be playing the Brook Soton .Booo !!

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  7. Manny Zorgan Says:

    Well done, you guys, you’ve earnt it! …Come back to the Brook (Southampton) soon, if you can!

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  8. Manny Zorgan Says:

    Well done, you guys, you’ve earned it! …Come back to the Brook (Southampton) soon, if you can!

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  9. Derek Melville Says:

    Brilliant news because I have a ticket for Richie Blackmore, looking forward to seeing Mostly Autumn in a big arena much as I love the Holmfirth Picturedrome

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