The House Of Love
The House Of Love formed in 1986 in Camberwell, South London and released their first single, Shine On, on Creation Records in May 1987. Two further singles, Real Animal and Christine, appeared before they released their massively acclaimed debut album in June 1988.
Signing to Fontana following the release of their debut album, original guitarist Terry Bickers left in 1989, replaced by Simon Walker, before they released their second self–titled album in January 1990. The band released two more albums on Fontana - Babe Rainbow (1992) and Audience With The Mind (1993) - before they eventually disbanded in late 1993.
Having released their re-formation album, Days Run Away, in 2005, the House Of Love have continued to play and tour intermittently since, including a 'Don't Look Back' show at London's Koko in 2007. Current Band Members are: Guy Chadwick, Terry Bickers, Pete Evans and Matt Jury. See The House Of Love tour dates
Voice Of The Beehive
Aka Californian sisters Tracey and Melissa who had a string of top 40 singles in the late 80s and early 90s including 'Don't Call Me Baby' and their cover of the Partridge Family's 'I Think You'. See Voice Of The Beehive tour dates
Lead singer and songwriter from Stourbridge indie-rockers The Wonder Stuff, Miles started his solo career after the band split in 1994. The Stuffies re-formed in 2000, and Miles has continued to tour as both a solo artist as well as with the band. Known for his dry wit as well as his songwriting talents, expect some banter, new songs and acoustic versions of one or two Wonder Stuff favourites. See 3 tour dates featuring Miles Hunt
A graduate of The Birmingham Conservatoire of Music, Erica began playing the violin at the age of seven. She was a founder member of Birmingham rock group Fireswitch, and more recently became The Wonder Stuff's new fiddle player, touring both with the band and singer Miles Hunt on his 'solo' tours. See 3 tour dates featuring Erica Nockalls
Thousand Yard Stare
Slough Indie band, originally active during the early 90s, prior to the Britpop boom. Their swaying Indie anthems never quite reached the level of mainstream success that their contemporaries did, but they became regular favourites of the NME and Melody Maker. After a lenghtly hiatus, they began to play gigs again, including a string of dates supporting The House Of Love in 2018. See Thousand Yard Stare tour dates
Indie-pop meets riot grrrl from the first ever unsigned band on Top Of The Pops with their infectious 'Kandypop' single in the mid-90's. They're also noted for writing and performing the theme tune to hit cartoon series the Powerpuff Girls. See 3 tour dates featuring BIS
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