Phil Selway Tour Dates

Phil Selway is a British musician and songwriter, best known as the drummer of English rock group Radiohead. He also drums and provides backing vocals, along with occasional guitar and lead vocals, for 7 Worlds Collide. Selway is known for his precision and proficiency in various styles and unusual time signatures, being named the 26th greatest drummer of all time by Gigwise in 2008. It was announced in 2009 that Selway will be releasing his debut solo album entitled 'Familial' in August 2010 on the Bella Union label. The album features guest spots from singer/songwriter Lisa Germano, ex-Soul Coughing bassist Sebastien Steinberg, and both drummer Glenn Kotche and multi-instrumentalist Pat Sansone of Wilco.

Phil Selway tour dates listed on since Jun 2010.

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Past Events

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  • World Premiere Of Long And Winding Road And Q&A Steve Lamacq, Phil Selway, Adrian Utley, Nadine Shah, Dom Frazer…
    London, Bush Hall
  • Phil Selway David Thomas Broughton, Kathryn Williams
    Kirkcaldy, Adam Smith Theatre
  • Underneath The Stars Festival Kate Rusby, Phil Selway, Eddi Reader, Molotov Jukebox, Martin Simpson…
    Barnsley, Cannon Hall Farm
  • Field Day 2015 Caribou, Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, Clark, Daniel Avery…
    London, Victoria Park
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    Manchester, The Deaf Institute
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    Glasgow, King Tut's Wah Wah Hut
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    Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
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    London, Queen Elizabeth Hall
  • Pegasus Theatre Dream Team Philip Selway, Mark Gardener, Tony Daley
    Oxford, The Kassam Stadium
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    Oxford, Pegasus Theatre