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Nick Lowe

Nick Lowe

Brentford-based singer, songwriter, musician and producer, part of the Stiff Records scene in the '70s/'80s.

His debut single, "So It Goes", was Stiff's first 7" release. Other well-known songs include "I Love The Sound Of Breaking Glass", "(What's So Funny 'Bout) Peace, Love and Understanding", "Crackin' Up" and "Cruel To Be Kind".

He released his debut album, "Jesus of Cool" in 1978, followed by: "Labour of Lust" (1979), "Nick the Knife" (1982), "The Abominable Showman" (1983), "Nick Lowe and His Cowboy Outfit" (1984), "The Rose of England" (1985), "Pinker and Prouder Than Previous" (1988), "Party of One" (1990), "The Impossible Bird" (1994), "Dig My Mood" (1998), "The Convincer" (2001), "At My Age" (2007), "The Old Magic" (2011), plus 2013's: "Quality Street: A Seasonal Selection for All the Family".

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Birmingham Town Hall
Birmingham
City Varieties Music Hall
Leeds
St George's Hall
Bristol
Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM)
Manchester
The Queen's Hall
Edinburgh
The Old Market
Hove