Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott return to centre stage for a huge night at Castlefield Bowl in Manchester on Saturday 4th of July 2020 in support of their new album Manchester Calling.
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Paul Heaton first began making waves as the singer for seminal indie band The Housemartins. They released two incredible albums including their breakthrough debut London 0 Hull 4 including such classic songs as Happy Hour and Think For A Minute plus follow up LP The People Who Grinned Themselves To Death which had Build plus Me And The Farmer. They would also become Christmas No.1 in 1986 with their acapella cover of Caravan Of Love.
In 1988, Heaton would and Housemartin Dave Hemingway would form hit pop group The Beautiful South who would see singer Jacqui Abbott join their ranks to sing some of their best charting singles Perfect 10 and Don’t Marry Her.
The group called it quits in 2007, having sold more than 15 million records worldwide, and Heaton shifted his focus to his solo career. He released 2008's The Cross Eyed Rambler under his own name. Two years later, Heaton returned with Acid Country, which he helped to promote with a bicycle-led U.K. pub tour. The year 2012 saw the release of Presents the 8th, a stage play that boasted a single conceptual song told in eight chapters, dealing with the seven deadly sins, and featuring guest vocalists. In 2014, he released What Have We Become?, a collaborative album recorded with the Beautiful South's Jacqui Abbott. After the warm reception of that effort, which catapulted to number three on the U.K. albums chart, the duo regrouped for 2015's Wisdom, Laughter and Lines. The success of their renewed partnership was also reflected in an extensive and well-received set of live dates, culminating in a sold-out homecoming gig to a crowd of 20,000 in Hull in 2017. That same year, Heaton and Abbott released their third record as a duo, Crooked Calypso, which was produced by longtime collaborator John Williams (Cocteau Twins, Alison Moyet).
The year 2018 brought the career-spanning The Last King of Pop, a 23-track collection representing both of Heaton's beloved bands, solo material, and his partnership with Abbott. It also offered an original duet with Abbott and an updated version of "A Little Time."
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