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Busted, Professor Green and Scouting For Girls on Saturday 17th August 2019
Busted broke into public consciousness in 2003 with a fistful of hook-laden pop songs.
This summer the group return to De Montfort Hall with Half Way There, a collection of semi-autobiographical numbers charting growing up, the importance of friendship and light-hearted mentions about Macaulay Culkin.
Lifelong fans of the band can expect to love their new material while rejoicing to a choice selection of their older hits.
Firmly established as one of the crossover superstars of British music, the Hackney born and raised rapper otherwise known as Stephen Manderson has released two Top 3 albums and amassed a career tally of over 2.5 million combined sales in the UK alone. He has completed four headline tours and performed on the main stages of countless festivals such as Glastonbury, V Festival and Wireless. Signed to Relentless/Sony his new new single “Unruly” dropped Feb 16th.
Over the past couple of years Professor Green has presented five critically acclaimed BBC documentaries and has just finished his first documentary series for Channel 4 called “Working Class White Men” which tx’s Jan 2018. He’s also published his autobiography 'Lucky' and continues his ongoing work as Patron’s of anti-suicide charity CALM and trauma charity Transform Trauma.
Scouting for Girls
Scouting for Girls’ debut LP featured three Top 10 hits - She’s So Lovely, Elvis Ain’t Dead and Heartbeat.
The pop-centric London trio will be bringing a collection of new material and classic songs on tour this summer.
In August, fans can expect to hear their piano-laden melodies in the verdant gardens of De Montfort Hall.
Music Genres: Pop, Rock
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