Madchester legend Tom Hingley is returning to the North East for a gig that’s set to transport audiences back to the 90s.
The frontman of one of Manchester’s most prolific and influential indie bands, Inspiral Carpets, will head to Newcastle next week to take part in a 90s live spectacular.
Taking place at the Cluny – now under new ownership – on Friday, September 22, Back to the 90s will see the voice behind songs like This is How it Feels, Saturn and Dragging Me Down as he takes centre stage alongside Britpop tribute, The National Anthems.
Based on Tyneside, The National Anthems are made up of a collective of Newcastle-based musicians who have created a new dedicated band to represent an era of music which has witnessed a wave of nostalgia in recent times.
The night will…
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