It is now 29 years since the band – founded in Glasgow and famously named after a Steely Dan song Deacon Blues" – released their million-selling debut album, Raintown, in 1987. A string of bestsellers followed, then a reunion show in 1999 and a follow-up album in 2001, and the band continued to reconvene whenever there was a good reason to do so...
But it the success of their 2012 release, The Hipsters, which marked the beginning for the band: a return to days when a new, ground-breaking album and a major UK tour was never more than a couple of years away. Their latest album, Believers, was released in 2016.
Music Hall Transformation
We are currently undertaking the largest and most ambitious project in the history of the venue. The Music Hall Transformation will breathe new life into the building and ensure it is the heartbeat of culture in the North-east of Scotland. There are so many ways that you can show your support to the Music Hall Transformation, and help secure its place at the heart of city life for generations. Please click here to donate and help us reach our goal and be part of the excitement.
View our brochures online
Our brochures are available in a variety of formats, whether you'd prefer to view the brochure online, pick up a paper copy from any of our many outlets or in BSL (British Sign Language). Aberdeen Performing Arts recognises our responsibility to consider the environment in everything we do, with this in mind, we would like to encourage you to view our brochures online.