The Union Abandon Concert After Two Songs

(Classic Rock) The Union were forced to abandon their concert in London last night after just two songs because singer Pete Shoulder was suffering from flu.

The band, formed in 2009 by Shoulder and Thunder guitarist Luke Morley, are midway through a UK tour in support of latest album The World Is Yours.

Their set at London's O2 Academy Islington had only just begun, with the band having delivered Step Up To The Plate and You're My Jesus. Soon after starting third track Tangled Up In You they called a halt in front of a roomful of disappointed fans. more on this story

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