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Their greatest hits album, Carry On Up The Charts, was one of the fastest-selling albums in UK history, entering at Number One and staying there for weeks, becoming one of the country's most popular albums ever.After 20 years, ten studio albums, five greatest hits compilations, thirty-four chart singles, 15 million record sales worldwide and performing in front of millions of fans, when time was called on The Beautiful South in 2008, not everyone was ready to leave the party.
Dave Hemingway and Ali Wheeler, lead singers with the band - along with departed songwriter Paul Heaton – were having too much fun to get out the pipe and slippers, and so The South was formed. Joining the duo were fellow mainstays from the original touring band: keyboard wizard Damon Butcher and the potent horn section of Gaz Birtles and Tony Robinson that brought so much to the live shows.
Armed with a sensational back catalogue of hits such as ‘Song For Whoever’, ‘Perfect Ten’, ‘Rotterdam’, ‘Don't Marry Her’, ‘You Keep It All In’, ‘Old Red Eyes Is Back’ and many others, there is a long way to go on this particular road.
This band has history and pedigree. Dave Hemingway’s musical career stretches back into the Eighties. He became a founder member of The Beautiful South after the demise of The Housemartins, who had enjoyed a sustained purple patch and many hits before calling it a day in 1988. Whilst bassist Norman Cook went on to become superstar DJ Fat Boy Slim, Paul Heaton and Dave Hemingway proceeded to form the new band in December 1988. Right from the off, The Beautiful South seemed to defy the normal logic associated with pop bands, not least for the fact that they stayed together for 20 years.
Over the life of the band, they produced many self-penned hits and had several number one albums – they scored their only number one single with the Dave Hemingway / Briana Corrigan duet ‘A Little Time’. A globally successful band, members of The South have performed these songs in front of hordes of fans from Hull to Houston. They love the material and know what will keep the fans happy.
The South continue to supply new, fresh, caustic pop on their debut album "Sweet Refrains", which was released in November 2012 on Zoo Records to critical acclaim. 2013 will see them performing these songs from this album alongside so many of the Beautiful South hits.
The South may not be so Beautiful anymore, but they certainly have history. And the future looks bright...
Support at Under The Bridge: Sophie Baker
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The Southstars, from 11 Fan reports
Whitley Bay - Whitley Bay Play house
The South from Carol1703, 17/11/14Fantastic night, The South were out of this world. The atmosphere was electric. The Playhouse staff were very helpful and friendly too, the whole place was clean and tidy through out. Would defiantly visit this venue again and of course see The South again too .
Near Newcastle upon Tyne - Whitley Bay Playhouse
Great sound and performance from Brian Archer, 17/11/14The South played all the best known Beautiful South tracks and we thoroughly enjoyed the performance. The supporting act, Tristan Mackay, was very average though and unworthy of the main act. Also we were disappointed that the Whitley Bay Playhouse allowed customers to take alcohol into the auditorium. The all pervading smell of stale beer did detract slightly from the enjoyment and fuelled a lot of loud comments . However the performance made up for it.
High Wycombe - Wycombe Swan Theatre
fab night from Harris family, 10/11/14Had a really great time, great venue. Staff very friendly and helpful. Band was better than I thought they would be.
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History - from The Housemartins to The Beautiful South to The SouthAfter 20 years, ten studio albums, five greatest hits compilations, thirty-four chart singles, 15 million record sales worldwide and performing in front of millions of fans, when time was called on The Beautiful South in 2006, not everyone was ready to leave the party. Dave Hemingwa...