Frank Turner has made the journey across the pond to tour this month with Celtic punks Flogging Molly. While in New York, he stopped by Generation Records for a solo in-store performance. Turner played a mixture of songs from Love, Ire, & Song, Poetry of the Deed, and First Three Years as well as a new untitled song. Watch footage below of “I Knew Prufrock Before He Got Famous,” “Long Live The Queen,” “Isabel,” and the brand new song. Check out videos of past Generation Records in-stores on their Myspace.
March 8, 2010
Frank Turner – Live at Generation Records
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