Hue and Cry to play Thetford Forest
Ian ClarkeScottish popmakers Hue and Cry will be supporting Human League in Thetford Forest this summer.Hue and Cry - made up of brothers Pat and Greg Kane - became popular in the mid 1980s with hits such as Labour Of Love, Violently and Looking For Linda.Ian Clarke
Scottish popmakers Hue and Cry will be supporting Human League in Thetford Forest this summer.
Hue and Cry - made up of brothers Pat and Greg Kane - became popular in the mid 1980s with hits such as Labour Of Love, Violently and Looking For Linda.
They have appeared with Madonna at Wembley and U2 in Glasgow and last year they returned to the mainstream with Open Soul, their first pop album for 16 years.
Having undertaken two UK-wide tours in the last eight months, they continue to write and produce classic pop music with a contemporary edge.
This year has seen the release of The Collection, a definitive selection of the band's earlier work which includes hits, rare mixes, extended versions and B-sides.
Hue and Cry will be appearing at High Lodge in Thetford Forest with Human League on Thursday July 9.
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Tickets �29.50 (subject to booking fee) are available from www.edp24.co.uk/shop, the Forestry Commission box office on 01842 814612 or online at www.forestry.gov.uk/music or over the counter from the venue.
The other Forestry Commission gigs at High Lodge this summer are: James Morrison (June 4), Paul Weller (June 5), Jools Holland and his Rhythm and Blues Orchestra (June 6), David Gray (July 10) and Sugababes (July 11).