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Deacon Blue have announced a major UK tour, starting in Cambridge this November.

The Scot band’s second tour since returning to the studio last year after a five year break.

At their career peak, Deacon Blue, fronted by Ricky Ross were one of the most commercially successful British bands of the time. By 1991 the then six-piece notched up 18 top 40 hit singles and five top 5 albums in the UK.

Last year’s highly charting ‘Singles’ collection album featured songs such as their first number 1, ‘Dignity’, and ‘Real Gone Kid’ – as well as three brand new tracks.

Deacon Blue will play the following venues later this year:

Cambridge, Corn Exchange (November 5)
Southend, Cliffs Pavilion (6)
Sheffield, City Hall (7)
Glasgow, Carling Academy (9)
Edinburgh, Playhouse (11)
Newcastle, City Hall (12)
Aberdeen, AECC (14)
Dundee, Caird Hall (15)
Llandudno, Venue Cymru (17)
Preston, Guildhall (18)
Belfast, Waterfront (19)
Dublin, Vicar Street (20)
Manchester, Apollo (22)
Birmingham, Symphony Hall (23)
Oxford, New Theatre (24)
London, Hammersmith Apollo (25)

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