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Frank Turner: ‘I’ll be on the road forever’

Frank Turner Photo: Xtra Mile Recordings

Folk rock singer-songwriter Frank Turner sold out Wembley and played at the Olympics this year – but it’s not all been good news for the singer-songwriter. Luke Botham caught up with him before his Lincoln gig to find out more.

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‘Wessex Boy’ Frank Turner to play in Lincoln

Frank Turner Photo: Fred Rockwood

Folk/punk singer, Frank Turner is set to appear at the Engine Shed on Sunday, November 25th. Frances Griffin looks ahead to the gig.

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Nothing but good music at 2000 Trees

Romy Quinnen from Midnight Mile gives a breathtaking performance in the Leaf Lounge. Photo: Luke Morton / The Linc

In the first of our series of summer festival reviews, Luke Morton reflects on 2000 Trees to find out if there is still room for a smaller music festival.

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Frank Turner talks 2000 Trees

Frank Turner headlines Friday night of the 2000 Trees festival. Photo: Vince Kmeron

Headlining his first festival, Frank Turner speaks to The Linc before he takes to the stage at 2000 Trees this Friday, July 16th.

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Festival Fortnight: 2000 Trees

Green and friendly: 2000 Trees festival is an environmentally friendly festival hosting headliners Frank Turner and The Subways. Photo: Ollie Harridge

Green friendly and playing host to some top headliners: 2000 Trees festival will ensure you hear a weekend of fantastic music without breaking the bank.

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Introducing Frank Turner

Siren FM’s Ashley Partridge talks to Frank Turner about his new album and being a vegetarian.

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