Really looking forward to the Remote event in March.
It has been many years since we last saw h & c. That was at The Jazz Café (London) and Ronnie Scotts (in Birmingham!).
On those occasions Tommy Smith featured in London and Nigel Hitchcock in Birmingham.
Does anyone know the line up for the Remote event?
Pat, you said in Basingstoke last week to keep an eye out for stuff going on, you weren't wrong !
Booked platinum tickets, flights and hotel today, and just like Live Wire 2 years ago, will be making our second pilgrimageto Glasgow to see our favourite band, can't wait !
Added by damion culling on November 20, 2013 at 18:56 — No Comments
** HUE AND CRY FANS CAN BUY TICKETS FOR THE REMOTE WEEKEND FROM WEDNESDAY, 20 NOVEMBER WHEN THE DETAILS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY ON THE HUE AND CRY MUSIC CLUB. THEREAFTER TICKETS WILL GO ON SALE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC ON FRIDAY, 22 NOVEMBER. **
To commemorate the 25th anniversary of their REMOTE and BITTER SUITE albums,…Continue
Pat and Greg are set to feature on Fred MacAulay's BBC Radio Scotland show on Friday, 15th November as part of Children In Need. The boys will be chatting to Fred and performing two Hue and Cry classics, LIVE.
Tune in or Listen Live from 10.30am this Friday!
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We’re thrilled to announce that Hue and Cry will be performing as their ‘Stripped’ set up at ‘An Audience With The Ryder Cup Captains’.
The event, which is taking place at Perth Concert Hall on Monday 23rd September, will feature a Q&A session with Ryder Cup captains (hosted by Dougie Donnelly) and comedian Fred MacAulay will also be making an appearance!
A limited number of tickets are on sale…Continue
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In celebration of the fact that the sun has finally got it's hat on (kind of!), we are offering a massive 20% off most items in the Hue and Cry shop. Head over now to bag yourself a bargain!
*20% off all items excluding songframes
Added by Hue and Cry HQ on June 14, 2013 at 15:28 — No Comments
We are really excited to announce that we will be hitting the road later this year with two of our favourite acts from one of our favourite eras in popular music, Go West and The Christians. We'll be touring the length and breadth of the country, playing our classics and a lot more besides performing as our 'stripped' set up - we cannot wait to hit the road!
Tickets are available now from the following box office numbers-…Continue
We are thrilled to announce that Hue and Cry will be hitting the road in October, November and December this year alongside the fantastic Go West and special guests, The Christians. The tour will cover the length and breadth of the UK so stay tuned for further details on dates and how you can get your hands on tickets! …Continue
We’re excited to announce that we have a brand new Hue and Cry online shop for you all to enjoy! To celebrate, we’re offering 20% off most of your favourite items for the whole of May so head over now to get your hands on some bargains!
Added by Hue and Cry HQ on May 1, 2013 at 11:50 — No Comments
We are delighted to announce that the full Hue and Cry band will be headlining ‘Celebrating Lanarkshire 2013’ at Motherwell Concert Hall on Friday 16th August. Hailing locally (from Coatbridge) this homecoming gig is set to be a very special night packed to the rafters with Hue and Cry favourites as well as some surprises which are sure to delight fans old and new.
Tickets on sale now!…Continue
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We are pleased to announce that Pat and Greg will perform an intimate ‘stripped’ show as part of this years Edinburgh Fringe Festival. They will be taking to the stage at The Assembly Rooms, Music Hall on Friday 9th August where fans are sure to be delighted by this intimate style of performance which has enchanted audiences around the country and beyond throughout 2012.
Tickets £18.00 and available from…Continue
The Fintry Music Festival 2013 will see Hue and Cry taking to the stage at Fintry Indoor Bowling Stadium on Saturday 18th May as their full 7 piece band for this annual musical extravaganza.
In previous years, the festival has played host to the likes of Eddi Reader and Michael Marra and now Hue and Cry are looking forward to bringing their own unique brand of Scottish Funk and Soul to this highly acclaimed festival. Expect to hear a set jam packed full of Hue and Cry…Continue
I've just put my copy of Here Comes Everybody up for sale on ebay, as a) I don't have a record deck any more so it seems right to let it go to someone who'll get more enjoyment out of it and b) frankly, times are tough and I need the money! I've got a few other H&C related bits and bobs that I'll put up in the coming weeks too.
Added by Paul Meadows on March 26, 2013 at 12:10 — No Comments
I have artwork for sale on a site called Redbubble and have just added this iPad case from a photo I took at a gig in Glasgow a few years ago. Here's the link if anyone's interested:- http://www.redbubble.com/people/magswilliamson/works/9987699-pat-kane
Added by Mags Williamson on February 16, 2013 at 14:36 — No Comments
We're delighted to announce that Steve Hutchings from Milton Keynes has won our Live Wire "Gig in your Front Room" competition. We literally shoved our hands into the box, as you'll see below, and his name came out! Looking forward to it very much (and no doubt there'll be a video to see in due course). Get the tea on, Steve! Best, Pat and Greg x
Added by Hue and Cry HQ on February 14, 2013 at 13:43 — No Comments
What’s the best Christmas present a Hue and Cry fan could ever receive? A private performance from Pat and Greg in their own home? We are offering one very lucky person the chance to win just that. Everyone who purchases Live Wire (before 31st January 2013) will be automatically entered into the competition and the winner* will be able to host a private party for their friends with Hue and Cry performing in their very own living room! If you’ve already purchased Live Wire, then you’re…Continue
Added by Hue and Cry HQ on December 18, 2012 at 17:30 — No Comments
Eilidh wanted Xmasday in the car straight after halloween...Much too early, I said. But now it is December.....absolutely!!
Of course the Christmas decoration is oot too, hanging at the window this year beside Snow White, Mickey, Minney and Tinkerbell...Yep all the stars..thats how we roll in this hoose!
I always have a wee smile to myself when the Xmas card comes out too from Pat and Greg, after following them for so many years it really was a cool thing to get, even if it…Continue
Added by chris on December 6, 2012 at 11:42 — No Comments
We are honoured to announce that we will be taking part in “All Will Be Well – The Life and Songs of Michael Marra" as part of Celtic Connections’ tribute to the late Dundonian singer-songwriter on Monday 28th January at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall. We are looking forward to performing alongside some other fantastic musicians including Eddie Reader, Dougie Maclean and The Hazey Janes to name but a few.
Proceeds from the concert will go towards the Marra Family’s appeal…Continue
What a year that's been for us, travelling far and wide!
From cosy wee halls to mud-caked mega-festivals...From shaking our tail-feathers on Celebrity Big Brother & Gabby Logan, to playing with Jools Holland, the Average White Band & the Titanic's chamber orchestra... From intimately sharing our back catalogue with fans, to blasting out Hot Wire's funk groove into bouncing, sweaty halls... 2012 has been a busy, exhausting but exhilarating year for us brothers Kane.…
Added by Hue and Cry HQ on November 2, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments
Struggling to know what to make of 2012 as a Hue and Cry fan.
The Hotwire weekend in Glasgow was superb, with the Q&A being particularly enjoyable but the gig in London was a little disappointing for me, something just didn't feel right that night, can't put my finger on it but It wasn't what I expected. I'm sure it was nothing to do with the band though.
There was the pride, should I be proud??!! I'm just a fan after all?... when the guys performed on Jools Holland Radio 2…Continue