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Horse returns to Manchester this Nov

Having wowed audiences on several previous occasions we are delighted to announce the return of Horse to Manchester .

As an iconic and utterly unique singer/songwriter her voice is often described as a finely honed instrument, together with breathtaking stagecraft.She has also inspired many younger artists and is Lesbian activist.

Her music is both moving and uplifting, totally absorbing every audience whenever she performs.

Since her studio debut in 1989 with the single You Could Be Forgiven EP on Capitol Records, Horse’s power to reinvent and advance her musical style and prowess has been unshakeable. Her successful career has seen her tour with several international artists including Tina Turner, BB King, Bryan Ferry, Burt Bacarach.

For her return to Band on the Wall, Horse recruits her full band to perform new songs alongside hits from her impressive back catalogue – which includes classics : ‘Careful’, Speed of the beat’ and God’s home movie’.

‘One of the finest singers in Britain’ Q magazine.

This is a unreserved seated show with limited standing.

Read our previous interview here

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Published: 28-Sep-2017

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