|WED 19 NOV 2014|
|The Hydro, Glasgow||6.30pm||£39.50|
|TUE 2 DEC 2014|
|Clyde Auditorium, Glasgow||Doors 6.30pm||£30/£40|
|FRI 3 APR 2015|
|How now Mrs Brown Cow|
|The Hydro, Glasgow||Doors 6.30pm||£32.50/£39.50|
|SAT 4 APR 2015|
|How now Mrs Brown Cow *Matinee*|
|The Hydro, Glasgow||2pm||£32.50/£39.50|
|MON 1 JUN 2015|
|5 Seconds of Summer|
|The Hydro, Glasgow||Doors 6.30pm||£32.50|
TUESDAY 2ND DECEMBER 2014
Formed in Glasgow in 1985, Deacon Blue went on to become one of the city’s most famous and successful bands. From debut album Raintown and follow-up, the chart-topping When The World Knows Your Name, through to 2012’s The Hipsters, Deacon Blue are consistently one of the most respected and critically received bands of their generation.
Alongside over six million album sales, twelve UK Top 40 singles and tow UK Number One albums, Deacon Blue are also one of the most passionate live bands around.
This new album has been produced by Paul Savage (Franz Ferdinand, Teenage Fanclub, King Cresote) and the band and sees them sign to a new label, Warner Artist Services. President of the label Dan Chalmers says: “We are so happy to welcome Deacon Blue to the Rhino Records family. It’s an honour to get the chance to work with such eloquent songwriters and artists of this calibre and we look forward to an ongoing relationship with the band.”
Ricky Ross says: I'm more excited about this new album than any record we've made up till now. It's going to be great performing it live. As well as that we have a huge catalogue of songs from our other records we'll want to play. Don't expect to go home too early!”
Singer Lorraine McIntosh agrees: “We have been enjoying every minute of making this beautiful record. So looking forward to getting out there and playing it live around the country.”
Deacon Blue are: Ricky Ross, Lorraine McIntosh, James Prime, Dougie Vipond.