James Vincent McMorrow album news
2010-10-20 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 2 Comments
Irish singer-songwriter James Vincent McMorrow will release his debut album Early in the Morning in the United States and Europe on January 25.

The album was originally self-released in Ireland back in March and led to a support slot with Bell X1 in the USA. He will return to the US for a solo tour in 2011.

McMorrow has also announced plans for a new 7" single entitled 'Red Dust,' to be released in the near future. Both 'Red Dust' and b-side 'We Are Ghosts' are available to stream via the Nialler9 blog.

http://www.nialler9.com/2010/10/20/james-vincent-mcmorrow-red-dust-7/
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Awesomesauce
October 21st 2010
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I want to see him in a fight to the death with Vince McMahon

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