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JOHN HERRING NEW SINGLE AND ALBUM
 

Star date: 15th January 2012

IT STARTS AGAIN FOR SALFORD'S JOHN HERRING

It Starts Again
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Top Salford singer songwriter, John Herring, begins a 2012 of activity with a new single release this week, followed by live dates with a full band and a second album in March.

The single, It Starts Again, is currently available as a download on iTunes, and features a zillion Salford people who attended his gig last summer…

Full details here…


It was last summer that John Herring invited everyone in Salford to feature on a track for his second album by singing along at a gig at the Sacred Trinity Church (see here). Now that track is released as John's new single, It Starts Again, which is also the name of the album to follow in March.

It Starts Again, the single, John describes as `soulful, acoustic and rocky' and you can hear snippets of it, as well as an audio update of where the Salford singer songwriter is at by tuning into audioBoo Fm (click here)…

"Those of you who attended the Sacred Trinity gig in July last year will notice that your singing has been incorporated into the end of the song" says John "and the album version will feature more of the Sacred Trinity Choir in action…"

It Starts Again, the album, will be feature John's new four piece band as well as strings, trumpets and choirs, as he moved away from being a solo performer.

"Unlike the last album I now have a steady band of excellent musicians"  he says "so there is a real cohesiveness to the album."

The album will be previewed at The King's Arms from 7pm on March 2nd, prior to its release on 5th March. And at that event copies of the album will be on sale, as well as tickets for John's first tour gig at The Deaf Institute in Manchester on 17th March.

For further details see  www.john-herring.com

For details of the Deaf Institute gig see www.thedeafinstitute.co.uk

The Salford Star will also be doing a full review of the album, plus an interview with John Herring nearer the album's release.

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