The Alarm lead singer and songwriter Mike Peters, is back at The Coliseum as part of The Alarm - Hurricane of Change 30th Anniversary Acoustic Tour
The tour will honour The Alarm's late 1980's trilogy of iconic albums- Eye Of The Hurricane, Electric Folklore and Change, and will feature intimate acoustic readings of some of The Alarm's most famous songs such as Rain In The Summertime (1987 - International Top 20 Hit), Sold Me Down The River (1989 - Number 1 Rock Song in the USA) and A New South Wales (1990 UK Top 40), alongside a host of Alarm standards as captured on the 1988 live album Electric Folklore.
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