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World famous pop rock band Deacon Blue have enjoyed huge commercial success which has seen they regularly break the Top 20 and sold more than six million albums.
Despite a temporary split, they reformed to the relief of an ecstatic loyal fan base which continues to grow.
The band took inspiration from the Steely Dan song Deacon blues when they formed in 1985. They continue to both perform live on stage and record new material in the studio, having released nine albums so far including their debut Raintown, follow up album When The World Knows Your Name which stayed at #1 for two weeks plus more recent hits such as A New House and their latest release Believers.
The band members include drummer Dougie Vipond, James Prime on keys plus vocalists Ricky Ross and Lorraine McIntosh.
Following the release of their latest album Believers they have announced a live date to promote the new material. See them headline Newcastle Racecourse on Friday 29th of June.
Deacon Blue tickets will be launched at 09:00 on Friday 2nd of February and expected to sell quickly.
“It was a night of anthems for the working man, woman and child.” - Liverpool Echo
“The band came back for a third encore of Roy Orbison’s Dream Baby, played acoustically, clearly relishing it. But a nostalgia-wallow was avoided. Deacon Blue are growing old with dignity.” - Telegraph
“With the youthful need to prove themselves long past, Deacon Blue have embraced their musical middle age, secure in their identity and beloved reputation but not so comfortable as to be complacent.” - The Scotsman
Ensure you book your Deacon Blue concert tickets early because their loyal following means all their tickets sell out quickly. Gigantic is proud to offer a great servicing when booking your essential gig tickets, so stick with us to enjoy an unforgettable experience.
Deacon blue put on a fantastic show as always ,, for 30 years they have never disappointed.. x
Posted anonymously on 27/05/2017
Deacon Blue, East Links Arena, Montrose - 26th May 2017