Watch Frank Turner’s 2000th show at Nottingham’s Rock City in full - EpicNews

Frank Turner has shared a video of his 2000th dwell show at Nottingham’s Rock City in full – you possibly can watch it beneath.

The singer-songwriter launched the video from 2016 as a part of a live-stream he did on Thursday night time (March 19) for followers caught in self-isolation in the course of the present coronavirus pandemic.

“Hey folks, as some of you may know if my UK tour hadn’t been cancelled I was to play @Rock_City_Notts this Saturday,” Turner tweeted. “It’s certainly one of my favorite venues to play and I’ve a number of nice recollections there – together with after I performed my 2000th show there again in 2016.

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“To mark the night, I am going to premiere the full Show 2000 DVD on my YouTube, for one night only! I’ll be watching along and talking with you all in the chat that pops up next (or under if you’re on mobile) the video. Spread the word!”

Giving followers the chance to talk to him whereas watching the show, Turner tweeted: “I’ll be commenting and answering questions as best I can.”

Watch the show in full beneath:

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After the live-stream ended, Turner instructed followers: “Thanks for tuning in to the Show 2000 YouTube thing everyone. Wonderful memories, good chat. I’ll be doing more shows when I can, more livestreams soon. Look after yourselves.”

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Meanwhile, post-hardcore punk band The Armed trolled Frank Turner back in January using the release of their latest single, which featured Frank Carter in the cover art.

‘FT. FRANK TURNER’ is the 42nd single in the ‘Adult Swim’ sequence, and in no method, form or kind does it function Frank Turner – or at least together with his consent anyway.

The Armed have trolled the British singer/songwriter by releasing their new single with some art work depicting Frank Carter, previously of the Gallows, and now frontman for Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes. Not solely that, the music itself options some unreleased vocals from Turner, or so he has recognized.

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