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Lanarkshire singer Midge Ure 'devastated' after postponing UK tour due to COVID

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Lanarkshire singer Midge Ure has been forced to postpone his tour next month.The singer's V + V shows were to include a date at the Glasgow Barrowland, but will take place in May 2023 due to the current rise in coronavirus cases.Original tickets purchased will remain valid for the rescheduled dates.The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.

Get all the news from your area – as well as features, entertainment, sport and the latest on Lanarkshire’s recovery from the coronavirus pandemic – straight to your fingertips, 24/7.The free download features the latest breaking news and exclusive stories, and allows you to customise your page to the sections that matter most to you.Head to the App Store and never miss a beat in Lanarkshire - iOS - Android In a video message the Ultravox frontman, originally from Cambuslang, explained: "I've just had the news none of us wanted to hear.

The Voice and Visions tour is going to be postponed until 2023 due to the surge in omicron cases. "You guys have been unbelievably patient since the last tour and I thank you for that."I feel dreadfully sorry, not just for you guys but also our touring musicians and crew, some of whom haven't worked for two years.

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