Worship leader and contemporary Christian artist Martin Smith has announced a 10-date UK tour this December. The tour is called the 'God's Great Club Tour'. Kicking off in London on 1st December 2014, the tour also visits Wolverhampton, Bristol, Exeter, Tunbridge Wells, Brighton, Southampton, Ipswich and Manchester before finishing in York on 11th December.
Smith was the front man of the Christian rock and worship band Delirious?. In 1995, Smith was involved in a near-fatal car accident, and during the weeks of his recovery, he decided to become a full-time musician. This inspired him to write the song "August 30" which appeared on the King of Fools album from Delirious?. Smith was one of the founding members of Delirious? along with Stewart Smith (no relation) and Tim Jupp, when they formed the band as The Cutting Edge. Smith is now a solo artist and his debut album "God's Great Dance Floor" was released in the beginning of April 2013.The album features co-writes with Tim Hughes (Worship Central), Reuben Morgan (Hillsong), Nick Herbert and Matt Redman.
Supporting Smith on this solo tour will be Chaos Curb Collaboration. Martin Smith and his band will be performing in some of the best known independent music venues in the UK. "[I'm] very excited for December", commented Martin on Instagram. "Tickets selling already... trying our hardest to add some more dates the following week in the North. Will def do this at some point if not then."
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God's Great Club Tour 2014:
Dec 01 - London, Bush Hall
Dec 02 - Wolverhampton, The Robin 2
Dec 03 - Bristol, The Fleece
Dec 04 - Exeter, The Cavern
Dec 05 - Tunbridge Wells, The Forum
Dec 06 - Brighton, Coalition
Dec 07 - Southampton, The Brook
Dec 09 - Ipswich, St. Peter's by the Waterfront
Dec 10 - Manchester, Night 'n' Day Cafe
Dec 11 - York, Fibbers
For tickets visit: martinsmith.tv