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Steve Harley, the original Cockney Rebel, goes on tour from February 2020




The man behind the catchy ‘70s hit 'Make Me Smile (Come Up and See Me)' will be playing at Newark's Palace Theatre on Sunday, February 23, at 7.30pm.

Steve Harley, frontman of the band Cockney Rebel, is widely considered one of the most charismatic performers on stage, and continues to play to sold-out venues across the UK and Europe.

Next month also sees the release of his all-acoustic CD, 'Uncovered', including a re-recording of his popular song 'Love, Compared With You' with a newly composed third verse, plus eleven other songs he’s always wanted to perform.

Steve Harley is on tour with his acoustic band.
Steve Harley is on tour with his acoustic band.

The album features Barry Wickens on viola and acoustic guitar, Oli Hayhurst on double bass, Tom Hooper on percussion and roots music legend, Martin Simpson, on guitar. Steve also sings a duet with Scottish singer, Eddi Reader.

The acoustic band for his tour this year will find Steve supported by long-standing violinist/guitarist Barry Wickens, and Oli Hayhurst on double bass, with Dave Delarre on lead acoustic guitar.

For full tour dates and tickets, visit the website at: www.eventim.co.uk/artist/steve-harley/?affiliate=GCL

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