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Topic: The Reasoning news update-New acoustic album
Posted By: Graemeh
Subject: The Reasoning news update-New acoustic album
Date Posted: May 12 2010 at 12:36

Hello all!

 Following hot on the heels of our hugely successful spring tour for Adverse Camber, we write with details of some very exciting news taking shape here at Reasoning HQ. We round off our first flourish of UK shows by opening for Wishbone Ash this Thursday (May 13th) at The Junction in Cambridge. We’ve already received many messages from lots of you lovely people who are planning to join us on the night, and look forward to seeing you there.


   The subsequent plan of campaign for the band is multifaceted! Firstly - as many of you are of course aware - we have been granted the fantastic opportunity to perform at the  High Voltage festival in London this July, alongside great bands such as ZZ Top, ELP, Marillion, Opeth, Transatlantic and Joe Bonamassa, to name but a few. Full details of the weekend are available at the festival website - - Highway to High Voltage. Supported once again by the wonderful Acoustic Zeppelin, this will consist of an acoustic set and a full electric set by The Reasoning! With a view to kicking off a real party atmosphere for the whole weekend, we’ll also be keeping ticket prices low: at just £7.50 a head, it will be an evening not to be missed! Tickets are  available right now by phoning The Peel on 0208 546 3516.


    This leads us nicely to our next announcement. In response to an ever-increasing popular demand, The Reasoning’s second release of 2010 will be a full acoustic album, entitled Acoustically Speaking. Featuring 10 tracks, this will bring you reworked, re-interpreted acoustic versions of tracks from all three of our studio albums. Work in the studio begins on May 17th (next week!), with a view to having the completed product available by the second week in July, in good time for the Highway to High Voltage evening.


    Following the festival, we want to bring you as many live acoustic shows in the UK as possible throughout the summer season. This is where we’d like offer all of you the opportunity to get involved…in a big way!


    First of all, we will running a competition over the coming weeks, to find a guest percussionist for the album, so please start practicing your tambourine skills! Our second proposition is as follows. If you would like The Reasoning to perform an acoustic show at your local venue/pub, etc, then we want to hear from you right now. Please send your request and your contact details to Graeme at Cathedral Management mailto:[email protected] -  

    The remainder of the year promises to be equally busy and action-packed. We’re off on our travels again this September to Europe and Scandinavia (including a couple of shows in Norway with the awesome Pagan’s Mind) and there will be another UK headline tour from The Reasoning in November…for which we have a few surprises in store. As if that weren’t enough, writing for our fourth studio album is already underway, so watch this space for further details.


We look forward to seeing a great deal more of you all this year!


Keep smiling, keep rocking.


Love as always


The Reasoning     

Posted By: lazland
Date Posted: May 12 2010 at 15:52
Hopefully see you in The Globe in November!!

First review of Adverse Camber now upClapClap


In Lazland, life is transient. Prog is permanent.

Posted By: sleeper
Date Posted: May 13 2010 at 09:17
So does that mean 3 albums in 1 year!? No slacking on The Reasonings front.

Also, any chance you can bring Pgan's Mind back with you for the November tour, that would be one mighty gig.

Spending more than I should on Prog since 2005

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