The Business of Touring Classic Albums

James Hanley

Though its once-glowing reputation has been tarnished by its latter day troubles, All Tomorrow’s Parties will always be fondly remembered - not least for its Don’t Look Back concert series.

Beginning in 2005, the annual series is widely credited with popularising the concept of performing entire studio albums live, featuring acts such as Belle & Sebastian playing If You’re Feeling Sinister, The Lemonheads smashing It’s A Shame About Ray and The Stooges tearing through Fun House.

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