Hole To Play ‘Secret’ O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire Gig

The gig will be in preparation for their currently release-date-less new album.

Courtney Love’s Hole will be playing a ‘secret’ set at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire, which Gigwise are reporting will take place on 17th February as part of the NME Awards shows.

The gig will be in preparation for their currently release-date-less new album ‘Nobody’s Daughter’, which has been recorded over the last five years with producer Michael Beinhorn (you can keep up to date on its news here).

A new tour is also expected for later in the year, featuring Love (the only remaining member of the old line up) along with Micko Larkin on guitar, Shawn Dailey on bass and Stu Fischer on drums.

EDIT: And it’s just been confirmed by NME.

Hole tickets go on general sale on Friday 8th January.

Priority Tickets for O2 customers to see Hole at O2 Shepherds Bush Empire are now sold out. Make sure you register for Priority Tickets so you find out first.


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