|12th October 2024|
The Queens Hall Edinburgh
85 - 89 Clerk Street, Edinburgh South EH8 9JG
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Legendary Scottish pop band Hue and Cry will be embarking on a special 40th Anniversary Tour in 2024 to commemorate their outstanding four-decade legacy.
Brothers Patrick and Gregory Kane are set to take fans on a nostalgic journey through their illustrious career, delivering unforgettable performances with their full band.
Since bursting onto the music scene in the 1980s, Hue and Cry have left an indelible mark on the UK music scene with their soulful sound, infectious energy, and thought-provoking lyrics. Their earlier albums, “Seduced and Abandoned” and “Remote”, launched a lengthy career during which they have continued to captivate audiences with huge hits including “Labour of Love,” “Looking for Linda,” and “Ordinary Angel.”
The 40th Anniversary Tour promises to be a celebration like no other, featuring a carefully curated setlist that spans the entirety of Hue and Cry's amazing career. With soulful vocals, impeccable musicianship, and undeniable chemistry on stage, the band will transport audiences back in time where fans can expect to hear their favourite songs as well as a few surprises making this tour an unforgettable experience.
As part of the 40th anniversary celebrations, throughout 2024 Hue and Cry will be continually releasing a carefully curated selection of rare material from their personal archive along with accompanying memorabilia and commentary. These will be a must-have for fans and collectors alike, offering a glimpse behind-the-scenes from the band's early years and all the way through their 40 years of success.
Don't miss the chance to be a part of this historic milestone as Hue and Cry embark on their 40th Anniversary Tour. Join Patrick, Gregory and their full band in celebrating four decades of musical brilliance and experience the magic of their iconic music live on stage.
Presented by Regular Music
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