Richard Hawley Rejoins Pulp At Charity Gig
03 Apr 2012
Richard Hawley Rejoins Pulp At Charity Gig
Richard Hawley re-joined Pulp during their Royal Albert Hall concert for the Teenage Cancert Trust.

Hawley was part of the Sheffield Britpop band before embarking on his highly succesful solo career. Pulp with frontrman Jarvis Cocker played a set featuring some of Pulp's most-loved songs as well as some rare ones, such as "My Lighthouse."

Richard Hawley took to the stage half-way through Pulp's set for the song "Like a Friend" and remained with the band for the rest of their show, performeing songs "This is Hardcore," "Common People," "Babies" and "Disco 2000."

Pulp frontman, Jarvis Cocker hinted at a Pulp tour but didn't specify when this could happen. Richard Hawley meanwhile is set to play two concerts in the capital this year. You can get your Richard Hawley tickets for his concert at the Kentish Town HMV Forum on Friday, June 8th 2012 and at the London O2 Academy Brixton on Wednesday, October 3rd 2012. Tickets to see Richard Hawley live are now available on Ticketmaster's GET ME IN! ticket market.