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Jacqui Abbott tickets and 2020 tour dates

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Neighbourhood Weekender 2020

Victoria Park in Warrington

Saturday 23rd May

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Bristol Sounds

Lloyds Amphitheatre in Bristol

Wednesday 24th June

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Sounds Of The City 2020 (1-4th July)

Castlefield Bowl in Manchester

Wednesday 1st July

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Neighbourhood Weekender 2020

Victoria Park in Warrington

Saturday 5th September

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Paul Heaton + Support

London Palladium in London

Wednesday 11th November

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Paul Heaton + Support

London Palladium in London

Thursday 12th November

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Bristol Sounds

Bristol Sounds

Bristol

24th - 28th Jun 2020

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Bristol Sounds

Bristol

24th - 28th Jun 2020

Minimum Age: 18

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Sounds Of The City

Sounds Of The City

Manchester

1st - 4th Jul 2020

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Sounds Of The City

Manchester

1st - 4th Jul 2020

Minimum Age: 14

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Neighbourhood Weekender

Neighbourhood Weekender

Victoria Park, Warrington

5th - 6th Sep 2020

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Neighbourhood Weekender

Victoria Park, Warrington

5th - 6th Sep 2020

Minimum Age: 5

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Biography

Jacqui Abbott (born Jacqueline Abbott, 10 November 1973, St Helens, Lancashire) was the female lead singer with the band, The Beautiful South after 1994, following the departure of Briana Corrigan.

The band were arguably more successful with Abbott on board, releasing several Top 10 singles. Amongst their most successful hits during her stint were: "Rotterdam", "Perfect 10", "Don't Marry Her" and "Dream A Little Dream". Abbott was discovered by Paul Heaton, the Beautiful South's other lead singer at a party. He was apparently standing on the stairs talking to some friends, with his drink in his hand when he apparently said: "I heard this heavenly voice". The voice belonged to Abbott, who was singing along to a Karaoke machine.

Heaton immediately went to find out who he had heard singing. After an audition he offered the position to replace Corrigan and she accepted.

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