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Never miss another 'Texas' show
Texas release their brand new studio album 'The Conversation' on May 20th 2013, and follow up with a full UK tour this winter.
'The Conversation' is the band's eighth album and is the latest in a career that has seen them sell over 30 million albums worldwide with a succession of multi-platinum albums 'White on Blonde', 'The Hush' and 'Greatest Hits'.
Their overdue return in 2013, their 25th anniversary year, clearly redefines and confidently re-introduces the band afresh with tracks written and produced by singer/guitarist Sharleen Spiteri and bassist Johnny McElhone and featuring collaborations with singer-songwriter Richard Hawley and Bernard Butler.
This Glasgow based band have been playing their mix of rock, soul and new country sounds for over ten years (they were formed in 1986 by bassist Johnny McElhone). With the release of 'White On Blonde' in 1997 they became major stars, propelled by huge pop hits such as 'Say What You Want' and 'Black Eyed Boy'. Many groups could be destroyed by such success, but Texas have continued writing and recording, sustained by their very particular love of music, and listeners can still enjoy the classic mix of Sharleen Spiteri's distinctive vocals with an experienced band who know what they're doing.
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Venue: Colston Hall
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