The South heads north for nostalgic music night

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After a successful spring and summer touring the country and playing festivals, The South are looking forward to finishing 2014 visiting a few cities they’ve never played before.

The combination of Beautiful South hits and album tracks as well as original songs from their debut album, Sweet Refrains, has found new fans around the country.

The South will be at the Brudendell Social Club in Leeds on Sunday, October 12, playing a rich tapestry of music that is certain woo the West Yorkshire audience.

The South was born from the ashes of million album-selling band The Beautiful South after they split in 2007.

Dave Hemingway and Alsi Wheeler, lead singers with the band - along with departed songwriter Paul Heaton - were having too much fun making music - and so The South was formed. Joining the duo were mainstays from the original touring band - keyboard wizard Damon Butcher and the potent horn section of Gaz Birtles and Tony Robinson.

With a back catalogue that has stood the test of time - including ‘Perfect 10’, ‘A Little Time’, ‘Rotterdam’ and ‘Don’t Marry Her’ - as well as some great new tunes, The South, now a talented nine-piece, will celebrate a successful few months on the road. Call 0113 275 2411.