FANS of Hue and Cry are in for a treat, as the band have announced a special showcase this weekend.
To mark the 25th anniversary of their Remote and Bitter Suite albums, the Glasgow-based duo will play on both Friday and Saturday.
This event follows on from the immense popularity and phenomenal demand of the previous Hue and Cry ‘Glasgow Kiss’ and ‘Hot Wire ’ weekends.
The duo burst on to the scene in 1987, releasing almost 20 albums since and clocking up a number of top 40 albums.
The Hue and Cry ‘Remote Weekend’ promises to be the most incredible experience yet and will feature all the songs from Remote along with countless other favourites and surprises.
There is something for everybody. Tomorrow brothers Pat and Greg Kane perform an intimate ‘stripped back’ performance which will be followed by Saturday, which will see the brothers lining up as part of the full-on eight piece band.
Hue and Cry are thrilled to be returning to a much loved venue, the Glasgow ABC.
Lead singer Pat said: “We are really looking forward to this weekend, there are some great extra surprises that we are keeping up our sleeves, this is going to be a real celebration of a great record and the 25 year since.
“Brothers on the road can get a bit much sometimes, depending on how tired we all are, but really we all know how lucky we are to have brothers who share the same passion for music.”
Fans able to buy individual tickets for both the Friday and Saturday gigs and as before the option to purchase the platinum package which provides complete weekend access, including an opportunity to meet Pat and Greg.
Tickets for the event are available from www.ticketmaster.co.uk.