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 - Image: www.marcalmond.co.uk Marc Almond

Marc Almond

English torch-singer and pop songwriter, previously from Soft Cell.

As well as Soft Cell, he has recorded as Marc and the Mambas and Marc Almond with The Willing Sinners.

Solo singles include "The Days of Pearly Spencer", "Jacky", "Tears Run Rings" and the #1 "Something's Gotten Hold Of My Heart" (with Gene Pitney).

He released his debut album, "Vermin in Ermine" in 1984, followed by: "Stories of Johnny" (1985), "Mother Fist and Her Five Daughters" (1987), "The Stars We Are" (1988), "Jacques" (1989), "Enchanted" (1990), "Tenement Symphony" (1991), "Absinthe" (1993), "Fantastic Star" (1996), "Open All Night" (1999), "Stranger Things" (2001), "Heart on Snow" (2003), "Stardom Road" (2007), "Orpheus in Exile" (2009), "Varieté" (2010), "Feasting with Panthers" (2011), "The Tyburn Tree" (2014), "The Dancing Marquis" (2014), "Ten Plagues - A Song Cycle" (2014), "The Velvet Trail" (2015), "Against Nature" (2015), "Silver City Ride" (2016), "Shadows and Reflections" (2017), plus 2018's: "A Lovely Life to Live" (with Jools Holland).

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Non-stop Erotic Cabaret 40th Tour
The iconic synth-pop duo of Marc Almond and Dave Ball will reform to celebrate their debut-album in late 2021, as well as air a few tracks from new album Happiness Not Included (out 2022) - Tickets on sale now
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De La Warr Pavilion
Sussex
Royal Concert Hall/ Strathclyde Suite
Glasgow
The Bridgewater Hall
Manchester
Symphony Hall
Birmingham
Roundhouse
Camden