Mark Lanegan kicks off a new season of the Mil-leni Festival

The North American singer will perform in the BARTS on the 25th of November

Following successful collaborations with Isobel Campbell and friend Greg Dulli as The Gutter Twins, Mark Lanegan returns with a new joint project in parallel with his solo career. His alliance with British musician Duke Garwood has spawned Black Pudding, an eminently acoustic project with shades of blues and nocturnal moods, the perfect setting for the gravelled voice of the North American singer.

Alongside the cover versions on Imitations, this is Lanegan’s second record release this year and on the evening of the 25th of November Lanegan and Garwood will be accompanied by a string quartet for the inauguration of another season of the Mil·leni Festival.

The series of concerts will be of the usual eclectic nature and will take place in a number of venues throughout the city up until next spring. The list of names announced for performances in December includes Van Morrison, Vinicio Capossela, Rosana, Tomatito and Carlos Nuñez.

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Publication date: Tuesday, 19 November 2013
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