Led by long time members Ian Wilson, Dave Irving, Ashley Mulford and Des Tong and augmented by Steve Whalley (ex-Slade) on guitar and vocals, Sue Quin on vocals/keys and Simon Waggott on keyboards/vocals, this is the band that brought you the great hits, Everyday Hurts, My Oh My, Strange Little Girl, Black Rose and I'm in Love Again along with the big U.S. hits La-Di-Da and Run Home Girl.
The band reunited to work on the album "Paul Young - Chronicles" which marked the passing of their original lead singer by completing recordings that he had been working on at the time he was taken ill.
Rediscovering old friendships led Sad Café to reform with new additions to the band and to tour the UK in Autumn 2012 and now throughout 2013.
Sad Café are supported by pioneering British arthouse folk duo Blackheart. According to the BBC, Blackheart are "Taking the acoustic scene by storm." Radio 2's Aled Jones pronounced them "A great band." Good Morning TV described their music as "Beautiful". Their third album Songs From a Satellite, is due for release in September 2013.
Once dubbed The Best Live Band in the UK.....Sad Café are back ... And Everyday Counts!
Ticket prices and times
Friday 6 September 2013
Dress Circle & Grand Tier £16, £17.50
Booking fees apply.
Phone/Counter - £1 per ticket plus postage charge where applicable.
Online - £2.50 per ticket plus transaction fee of 50p.
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