Get your tickets for Aled Jones and Russell Watson's 'In Harmony' tour

18 October 2018, 10:53 | Updated: 23 October 2018, 12:45

Aled Jones & Russell Watson
Aled Jones & Russell Watson. Picture: AEG

By Elizabeth Davis

Two of the world's most famous singers have joined forces to release their debut album, 'In Harmony' – and now's your chance to catch the duo as they tour the UK and Ireland in autumn 2019

To celebrate the release of their debut album Aled Jones and Russell Watson have announced that they will be touring the UK and Ireland in September and October 2019, performing songs from their new record, 'In Harmony'.

The pair have been friends for nearly 20 years but this is the first time they've worked together. The album – which is out on 9 November – features songs like 'You Raise Me Up' as well as more traditional music such as 'Ave Maria'.

The single 'Where Have All The Flowers Gone/Here's To The Heroes' features on the album and was written to mark the centenary of the end of World War One and to celebrate 70 years of the NHS.

Aled said: “We loved the idea of honouring service men and women through our music - as well as our everyday heroes such as doctors and nurses.”

Speaking about the album Russell said: What I particularly like is the way that it is not just a collaboration as such where I sing a verse, Aled sings a verse and everybody joins in on the chorus. It’s been really cleverly written and arranged so that our voices blend really well.”

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2019 UK Tour Dates

September

Tues 17- Llandudno Venue Cymru
Wed 18 - Blackpool Opera House
Fri 20 - Northampton Royal & Derngate
Sat 21- London Palladium
Mon 23 - Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Tues 24 - Eastbourne Congress Theatre
Thurs 26 - Cardiff St David’s Hall
Fri 27 - Oxford New Theatre
Sun 29 - Plymouth Pavilions
Mon 30 - Bournemouth Pavilion

October

Wed 2 - Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Thurs 3 - Ipswich Regent
Sat 5 - Cambridge Corn Exchange
Sun 6 - Gateshead Sage
Tues 8 - Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Wed 9- York Barbican
Fri 11- Stoke-on-Trent Victoria Hall
Sat 12- Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Mon 14 - Sheffield City Hall
Tues 15 - Warwick Arts Centre
Thurs 17th – Belfast Waterfront Hall
Fri 18th – Dublin Bord Gáis Energy Theatre