Iconic 80s songsmith Ian McNabb returns to Lancashire next month.
McNabb one of the great singer/songwriters to emerge from the 80s Liverpool music scene will play Hurst Green Village Hall near Clitheroe on September 6.
Ian who was the lead singer with the chart toppers The Icicle Works, famous for the UK and US Top 40 hits “Love Is A Wonderful Colour” and “Whisper To A Scream (Birds Fly)” has gone on to enjoy a critically-acclaimed solo career.
The Mercury Music Prize nominated artist continues to write stunning songs with warmth, humour and, cynicism and is currently touring to promote his latest Album ‘The Eclectic Warrior’.
Ian is renowned as being one of the best live performers in the country and his shows rarely stick to a set list , indeed his rapport with the audience is legendary.
This is another coup for the village hall who are firmly establishing themselves as one of the leading music venues in the area having recently attracted, among others, Midge Ure and Dodgy.
Future bookings include the opening date of a UK tour for Ian Prowse (October 3) and the final date of a major tour for The Travelling Band (November 28). Tickets from £11.25, available via ticketweb.co.uk