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HUE AND CRY-'30TH ANNIVERSARY OF RELEASE OF REMOTE'

HUE AND CRY-'30TH ANNIVERSARY OF RELEASE OF REMOTE'

  • Sunday 18 November

  • Tivoli Theatre

  • 7:30pm

  • £30.94

  • Music

HUE AND CRY ANNOUNCE ‘REMOTE’ 30TH ANNIVERSARY SHOWS

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of the critically acclaimed album Remote Hue and Cry will be taking to the road with their full band in November for Remote 30th Anniversary 2018 Scottish Shows.

The classic album, Remote, was released in late 1988 and reached number 8 in the UK charts, with sales in excess of 300,000 copies. Recorded in the famous Sigma Sound studios in Manhattan, New York the album spawned three hit singles, Ordinary Angel, Looking For Linda and Violently.

For the Remote 2018 Scottish Showsthe brothers, along with their band, will be celebrating the songs from Remote as well as all the Hue and Cry hits and classics, with support from special guests.

Pat Kane on the forthcoming dates: “Well that went by quickly! 30 years since we launched our ‘Remote’ album on the world! Looking forward to taking  out our amazing Scottish band to celebrate this anniversary, in the best way possible - by playing the hell out of these songs live! See you all there.”

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