Fish Shows For 30th Anniversary of Marillion's 'Misplaced Childhood'
Fish, who's aiming to retire in 2017, will then embark on an eight-date run of shows across the UK in December to play the hit album live for the the last time.
He says of the record: "It holds a lot of memories from a period that was very exciting and crammed with experiences both dark and magical. The lyrics hold a very special meaning to me as they were written by a young man on the cusp of fame and dealt with a lot of personal issues.
"It was not only a breakthrough album for the band but also for me as an artist because I was finally discovering my own individual style as a lyricist and singer."
He adds: "To be performing it on its 30th anniversary has a lovely resonance." Read more and see the dates here.
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