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Wet Wet Wet's Graeme Clark at Selby Town Hall Sat 10th May

Saturday, 10th May 2014 Doors Open: 7.30pm       Show Starts at: 8.00pm Prices: In Advance £12.00       On the door £14.00      music Graeme Clark, songwriter, vocalist and bassist with one of the UK’s most successful bands of all time, Wet Wet Wet, performs a rare, intimate acoustic show featuring both his own solo material and songs from the band’s extraordinary back catalogue. Wet Wet Wet notched up an incredible seven consecutive top three albums in the 1980s and 90s, with sales in excess of five million in the UK alone. They also scored 27 top 40 singles, with three number ones, including the second longest chart topping period of all time for Love Is All Around. While Wet Wet Wet continue to tour UK arenas, Graeme keeps his creativity flowing in between band shows with a select number of stripped back acoustic performances. Accompanied by Iain Duff's piano and accordion, and Graeme Duffin's guitars, the set creates an exciting musical atmosphere, giving some old classics a new and original twist. Graeme will be supported by etheral acoustic duo Blackheart who have previously appeared at the Town Hall with Jane Siberry - http://www.blackheartmusic.co.uk/

Saturday, 10th May 2014
Doors Open: 7.30pm       Show Starts at: 8.00pm
Prices: In Advance £12.00       On the door £14.00      music
Graeme Clark, songwriter, vocalist and bassist with one of the UK’s most successful bands of all time, Wet Wet Wet, performs a rare, intimate acoustic show featuring both his own solo material and songs from the band’s extraordinary back catalogue. Wet Wet Wet notched up an incredible seven consecutive top three albums in the 1980s and 90s, with sales in excess of five million in the UK alone. They also scored 27 top 40 singles, with three number ones, including the second longest chart topping period of all time for Love Is All Around. While Wet Wet Wet continue to tour UK arenas, Graeme keeps his creativity flowing in between band shows with a select number of stripped back acoustic performances. Accompanied by Iain Duff's piano and accordion, and Graeme Duffin's guitars, the set creates an exciting musical atmosphere, giving some old classics a new and original twist. Graeme will be supported by etheral acoustic duo Blackheart who have previously appeared at the Town Hall with Jane Siberry - http://www.blackheartmusic.co.uk/

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