Former world superbike champion James Toseland performing at The Horn, St Albans

10:41 28 March 2014

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Toseland fronted by double world superbike champion James Toseland are appearing at The Horn in St Albans next Wednesday, April 2.

James began his full-time music career by collaborating with Toby Jepson to write an album packed with hard/classic rock and power ballads.

Two releases from the album, Life is Beautiful and Renegade, made it on to the A-list on national radio stations.

Tickets are £7 in advance/£9 on the door, available from www.juiceboxindie.com.

Appearing at The Horn the following night, Thursday, April 3, is rock band LostAlone who have been performing since 2005.

Since their inception, LostAlone have toured in the UK and mainland Europe supporting a number of major artists such as Enter Shikari, Paramore, My Chemical Romance, Evanescence and Thirty Seconds to Mars on their Into the Wild Tour as well as completing several European headline tours.

They have also made appearances at festivals such as Taste of Chaos, Give it a Name, Download, Reading, T in the Park, Oxegen and Rock am Ring.

Tickets are £7 in advance/£9 on the door.

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