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Brothers Patrick and Gregory Kane established Hue and Cry in 1984, igniting the music scene with their dynamic blend of pop and soul. Their debut album ‘Seduced and Abandoned’ in 1987 marked the beginning of their chart-topping journey, featuring the smash hit ‘Labour of Love’. The success continued with their follow-up album ‘Remote’, which spawned hits like ‘Looking for Linda’ and ‘Violently’, solidifying their status as music icons.

Throughout the 90s, albums like ‘Stars Crash Down’, ‘Showtime’, and ‘Jazz Not Jazz’ kept Hue and Cry at the forefront of the industry, while their appearance on ITV’s ‘Hit Me Baby One More Time’ in 2005 propelled them back into the mainstream spotlight.

The duo’s prolific career saw a string of successful album releases, including ‘Open Soul’, ‘Xmasday’, and ‘Pocketful of Stones’, showcasing their versatility and enduring appeal. Their innovative ‘Live from Lockdown’ streaming shows during the pandemic garnered global attention, with thousands of fans tuning in to experience their electrifying performances.

With a legacy spanning four decades, Hue and Cry have sold tens of thousands of concert tickets worldwide and shared stages with music legends like U2, Madonna, and Van Morrison. Their contributions to the music industry were recognized with a prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award at the Scottish Music Awards.

As they celebrate their 40th Anniversary in 2024, Hue and Cry embark on a special tour, treating fans to rare archival material and immersive experiences. With their unwavering passion for music and dedication to their craft, Hue and Cry continue to inspire audiences worldwide.


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