Comprising Pat Kane and his brother Greg, Hue And Cry played with the likes Madonna and U2, and were, for a time in the 80s, one of the biggest bands around.
That they can still pack venues the size of the Queen’s Hall, where they visit on Sunday, suggests there’s still a lot of love for the duo.
“We’ve played so many gigs in Edinburgh over the years, from the massive Playhouse to the tiny Voodoo Rooms - and every time they’ve been the most appreciative and discriminating of audiences,” says Pat. “We’re so looking forward to connecting with our fans,and pumping our eight-piece funk orchestra at them, with lots of the tracks from new album HotWire, and plenty of classics.”
Hue And Cry, The Queen’s Hall, Clerk Street, 7pm, £22.50, 0131-668 2019