Friday, 23 February 2018, 8.00pm

Due to huge popular demand, Smokie return to University Concert Hall following their last sell out performance!

It’s hard to believe, but Smokie celebrate their 45th Anniversary in 2018 with a world tour, which will see them visit 3 continents and will bring that distinctive Smokie sound to 19 countries around the globe. And in case you thought they would be tired and burned out? Well, not a bit of it! They have revelled in the challenge of bringing a new freshness and vigour to Smokie hits that have become classics of pop.

Songs such “Something’s Been Making me Blue”, “I’ll Meet You At Midnight”, “Don’t Play Your Rock ‘n’ Roll To Me”, “If You Think You Know How To Love Me”, “Wild Angels”, “Oh Carol”, “Needles and Pins”, “Have you ever seen the rain”, “Mexican Girl”, “For a few dollars more”, the classic “Livin’ next door to Alice” and indeed, many more, all of which were Top 10 entries around the world, and went on to become radio staples, giving Smokie their ticket to travel the globe for the past 45 years.

The Greatest hits show will feature every single hit record Smokie have had and will give you a sample of some current albums they’ve made, which have also been big chart hits for them in many European countries.

Presented by Tommy Swarbrigg


Published on 18 January 2018

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