THE BEST OF BIG COUNTRY TOUR STOPS OFF AT DUNDEE REP THEATRE WITH SUPPORT FROM NICOLA MADILL, TUESDAY 29 SEPTEMBER AT 7.30pm.
Following the incredible success of their 30th Anniversary Steeltown Tour, BIG COUNTRY are again on tour to celebrate their stunning catalogue of songs, taken from their multi-million selling and Number 1 hit albums. The band will perform classic hits and live favourites including Harvest Home, Fields of Fire, In A Big Country, Chance, Wonderland, Look Away and The Teacher at Dundee Rep Theatre Tuesday 29 September at 7.30pm.
BIG COUNTRY originally formed in 1981 by the guitar playing founder members Stuart Adamson and Bruce Watson both native of the band\'s hometown Dumfermline. The band broke massively worldwide throughout the 1980’s; highlights include appearing in Live Aid London (1985) followed by the successful album release The Sheer whichincluded the band\'s biggest hit Look Away.
Local singer songwriter Nicola Madill will support BIG COUNTRY at Dundee Rep Theatre. Solo artist Nicola is based in Broughty Ferry and also writes and sings for The Jagged Violet. Inspired by the sound of the seventies her solo work is a mixture of folk, blues and Americana with some Eastern influences. Her debut album A Long Time a Comin’ is available on iTunes and her next solo album will be released Autumn 2015.
Tickets are on sale at Dundee Rep box office 01382 223530 or online www.dundeerep.co.uk
Bruce Watson (guitars/vocals), Mark Brzezick (drums, vocals) and Jamie Watson (guitars/vocals) will be joined on stage by Simon Hough on vocals.
With a stunning catalogue of proud and stirring hit songs such as Fields of Fire, Chance, In A Big Country (which sold 2 million), East Of Eden and their biggest UK hit LookAway, along with massive albums such The Seer, Steeltown,Peace In Our Time and the triple Grammy –nominated, The Crossing, BIG COUNTRY continue to look beyond the next horizon in 2015
Dundee Rep Theatre is rooted in making work for and with a diverse local audience while strengthening its national and international reputation. The theatre is a national cultural asset which the people of Dundee feel ownership over and in which they can take enormous pride.