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The Christians

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The Christians

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Soul

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Uptown Festival Norwich!
Earlham Park, Norwich
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Uptown Festival Norwich! at Earlham Park
Uptown Festival Norwich!Sun 9th Jun1:00 pm - 10:00 pmEarlham Park, Norwich
Sign of the Times at Church End Farm
Sign of the TimesFri 5th Jul12:00 pm - 11:00 pmChurch End Farm, Hertfordshire
Rewind Festival North at Capesthorne Hall
Rewind Festival NorthFri 2nd Aug10:00 am - 11:00 pmCapesthorne Hall, Macclesfield
80s Calling The Human League with very special guests Bananarama at Colchester Castle
80s Calling The Human League with very special guests BananaramaSat 3rd Aug1:00 pm - 10:30 pmColchester Castle
80s Calling! Holly Johnson with very special guests Bananarama at The Darlington Arena
80s Calling! Holly Johnson with very special guests BananaramaSat 31st Aug1:00 pm - 10:30 pmThe Darlington Arena

Biography

The Christians are a soul band from Liverpool, England, scoring several UK chart hits in the late 1980s and early 1990s. They consisted of Garry Christian (lead vocals), Roger Christian (vocals), Russell Christian (keyboards, saxophone, vocals) and Henry Priestman (b. 21 September 1955) (keyboards, guitars, vocals). The band's name refers to the Christian brothers' surname (which is coincidentally also Priestman's middle name), rather than any religious sentiment.

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The Christians are a soul band from Liverpool, England, scoring several UK chart hits in the late 1980s and early 1990s. They consisted of Garry Christian (lead vocals), Roger Christian (vocals), Russell Christian (keyboards, saxophone, vocals) and Henry Priestman (b. 21 September 1955) (keyboards, guitars, vocals). The band's name refers to the Christian brothers' surname (which is coincidentally also Priestman's middle name), rather than any religious sentiment.

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