We are delighted to announce that Hue and Cry have been confirmed to perform at this year’s spectacular Isle of Wight festival on Saturday 23rd June.
The full 7 piece Hue and Cry band will be taking to the Big Top Stage, joining a fantastic line up across the weekend with the likes of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band, Joan Armatrading, Madness and Big Country.
We are delighted to announce our special guests who will be joining us on the Hot Wire Stripped tour - starting this Thursday!
The talented Emily Cimber will be joining us on the following dates:-
27 April – Darwen, Library Theatre
28 April – Southampton, The Brook
04 May – Holmfirth, The Picturedrome, Holmfirth
12 May – Hayes, The Beck Theatre
13 May – Gravesend,…
For those of you who had platinum passes for the recent Hot Wire Weekend in Glasgow and made it along to the Saturday soundcheck, you’ll remember that we took an impromptu group photo of everyone in attendance alongside Pat, Greg and the Hue and Cry band. You can download a high res version of the photo for free here.
In addition, we’re making the photo available to buy as part of the Hue and Cry…Continue
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We are delighted to announce two fantastic additions to the Hue and Cry calendar this summer. On Thursday 5th July, Pat and Greg will be performing a stripped show as part of the Kilmarnock Fair Festival. The show will take place at Centre Stage Music Theatre, and tickets are available from the Center Stage Box Office (01563 551505) or online.
Also, Pat and Greg will…Continue
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Hue and Cry have been invited by Radio 2 to appear on their commemorative Titanic: Minute by Minute show, this Saturday 14th April. Pat and Greg will perform a special version of Shipbuilding as they join presenters Jeremy Vine, Dermot O’Leary and Penny Smith, as well as a line up of special guests and Radio 2’s own Titanic band to honour the night the ship sank exactly 100 years ago. The show airs at 23.30, and you can listen on 88-91 FM, DAB or…Continue