Mark Morriss and the boys continue to go from strength to strength twenty years on. They appeared just as the Britpop boom was waning – which helped in getting their debut album ‘Expecting To Fly’ to the top slot in the UK charts.
The Bluetones are credited with filling the gap that the Stone Roses left behind, providing graceful but muscular guitar pop with slightly psychedelic overtones. Formed in Hounslow, England in 1994, the group consisted of guitarist Adam Devlin, drummer Eds Chester, vocalist Mark Morriss, and his brother Scott, who played bass.
Early in 1996, the Bluetones released “Slight Return,” which shot to number two a month before their debut album, Expecting to Fly, was released. It debuted at number one on the British charts and became a sizable hit.
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Age Guidance: 14+
On sale date: Friday 8th Dec 2017 @ 10am
VenueWindsor Suite - Standing
- Door (subject to availablility)£26.00