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Johnny Partridge debut album DAMES, DUDES + COWBOYS TOO

Johnny PartridgeJohnny Partridge, who is best known for having played the role of Christian Clarke in EastEnders for the past five years and who last year celebrated 30 years in the business, is proud to announce his debut album Dames, Dudes + Cowboys Too – to be released on September 15th on Big Hand Recordings.

You can see the album come alive with Johnny Partridge headlining the Borderline, Orange Yard, Off Manette Street, London, W1D 4JB on September 17th. Ticket price: £20.00. – available from the box office and Music Glue at:

Doors open at 7.00pm

This album is very close to Johnny’s heart and features a selection of his favourite artists’ songs. Dames, Dudes + Cowboys Too includes three original songs alongside classic cover versions: Jolene (Dolly Parton); Love Runs Out (One Nation); Me and Liza (Rufus Wainwright) and Bite the Hand That Feeds (Nine Inch Nails) – to name just a few stand out tracks.

He says: “I wanted each song to sound and feel completely new, to have a life of their own.”

Johnny has performed backing vocals and dance routines in videos and on world tours for the likes of U2, Pet Shop Boys, Neneh Cherry, Kim Wilde. He also recently went back to the theatre with A Chorus Line at the London Palladium.

Johnny will be appearing on a new BBC Saturday night entertainment show – Tumble – starting mid-August with Nadia Comaneci heading the judges panel. The One Show’s Alex Jones is master of ceremonies, overseeing show-stopping performances based on gymnastic skills and performed by 10 celebrities.

Johnny is ready to take this show on the road…

Read our previous interview with John Partridge

LONDON DATE: Borderline – September 17th , 2014



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