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THE Overtones have been grabbing a granny while on their sold-out UK tour. The Overtones release new single Gambling Man tomorrow. Dancing On Ice Dancing On. Dancing On Ice Betting Odds. View all available outright and match odds, plus get news, tips, free bets and money-back offers. All you need to bet. The Overtones are a UK based vocal harmony group. They were discovered by a Warner Bros. Records' talent scout while working as decorators in a shop near Oxford Street, singing during their tea break. Their debut album Good Ol' Fashioned Love entered the UK Albums Chart at #16 in November 2010. However, after the re-release of the album in March 2011, it propelled to #4. Gambling Man Lyrics: I met you once, I loved you twice / That's the way this tale begins / I played my hand, I rolled the dice / Now I'm paying for my sins / I got some bad addiction baby its you yeah. The Overtones - Gambling Man Live on Dancing on Ice - Duration: 3:53. The Overtones 520,369 views. The Overtones - Gambling Man Lyrics - Duration: 3:34. Nicole S 161,097 views.

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With their debut album ‘Good Ol’ Fashioned Love’ sitting at number 4 in the UK charts, male vocal harmony group The Overtones announce a sixteen date UK & Ireland theatre tour including a night at the London Palladium. The tour will start in Derry on October 1st and visit Belfast, Dublin, Warwick, Bournemouth, Nottingham, Birmingham, York, Bristol, Salford, Gateshead, Glasgow, Preston, London and Northampton before concluding in Ipswich on October 27th.

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Sat 1st October Derry Millennium Forum
Sun 2nd October Belfast Waterfront Hall
Tue 4th October Dublin National Concert Hall
Sat 8th October Warwick Arts Centre
Mon 10th October Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre
Tue 11th October Nottingham Royal Centre
Thu 13th October Birmingham Symphony Hall
Sat 15th October York Barbican Centre
Sun 16th October Bristol Colston Hall
Tue 18th October Salford Lowry
Wed 19th October Gateshead Sage 1
Thu 20th October Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Sat 22nd October Preston Guildhall
Mon 24th October London Palladium
Wed 26th October Northampton Derngate
Thu 27th October Ipswich Regent

Since releasing ‘Good Ol’ Fashioned Love’ in November last year the male quintet’s star has risen meteorically with sales of the album already passing the 200,000 mark and their first headline tour selling out instantly. As well as inspired interpretations of hits from yesteryear, including The Darts' ‘Come Back My Love’ and The Chords’ ‘SH-Boom (Life Could Be A Dream)’, The Overtones’ impressive armoury includes the co-written album title track and their own timeless compositions ‘Carolyn’ and showstopper ‘Gambling Man’.
Having been performing in pubs and clubs as a four-piece for four years and, with the addition of bass Lachie Chapman, as a five-piece for two years this is no overnight success:
'We’ve been working towards this for a long time but the last six months have been a complete whirlwind. We're living our dream and it's just incredible! We're now number 4 in the album charts after being in the top 10 for 3 weeks. We have to keep pinching ourselves” enthused falsetto Darren Everest.
The Overtones, who blend classic 50s’ harmonies with modern pop, completed their debut headline tour this week to rave reviews. Bristolian Mike Crawshaw said “We've loved being on tour and having the chance to get up close and personal with the audience and to thank our fans for their great, great support from the very beginning!”
With the announcement of the autumn tour The Overtones, who recently performed as the house band on Dancing On Ice, are looking forward to bringing their blend of old and new sounds to these larger venues. “We're thrilled to announce our autumn theatre tour,” said Mark Franks. “We are performing in some truly incredible and iconic venues including The London Palladium, a place where legends have performed for many, many years, so we're honoured to be treading those same boards!”
Asked what the fans can look forward to Timmy Matley revealed “You can expect a big musical show that gets you dancing in the aisles! There will be a few surprises, some beautifully tailored suits and some slick moves! Our shoes are shined and are dickie bows are tied so get set for a night to remember!”
Prior to the autumn tour The Overtones will be performing at the Magic Summer Live concert at Hatfield House, alongside Sir Elton John, at the Proms In The Park and Glorious Goodwood and release their new single, their version of the Billy Joel hit ‘The Longest Time’, on April 25th.
The Overtones are Timmy Matley, Mike Crawshaw, Mark Franks, Darren Everest and Lachie Chapman.

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Multi-platinum selling vocal harmony group The Overtones are delighted to be returning to Glasgow Royal Concert Hall during their 10 year anniversary tour!

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For the last decade, The Overtones have been a household name after appearing on dozens of television shows across the UK and Europe including Dancing On Ice, BBC Breakfast and This Morning to name just a few. After headlining at world renowned venues like The London Palladium and the Royal Albert Hall. The Overtones have built a name for themselves as one of the UK’s most prolific live acts. From performing at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee at Buckingham Palace to singing at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin in front of one million people. The Overtones have entertained at some of the biggest events on the planet

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