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Dodgy started life 27 years ago. In that time they released 6 albums, countless singles, toured the World and criss-crossed the UK.

Having had a well-earned break for 10 years, they’re back in action and heading to Reading’s Sub89 November 2.

Nigel Clark, Andy Miller and Stu Thoy will perform in a series of intimate acoustic shows playing stripped back versions of Dodgy classics, delving into the Dodgy vaults and unearthing forgotten gems and and the most requested songs from recent critically acclaimed albums Stand Upright In A Cool Place and their current album What Are We Fighting For.

The band will be delivering songs with stories of life on the road - stories from one of the UK’s most active touring bands.

Dodgy frontman Nigel Clark, on playing these intimate shows, said: “Dodgy have always loved acoustic shows, the songs are written and rehearsed in acoustic format but they rock and we are loud – this is a chance to hear the songs in their melodic, harmonious glory!”

For further information about the event, and to purchase tickets, click here.