Rewind Scotland 80s Festival

FRIDAY 21st JULY – SUNDAY 23rd JULY 2017

Rewind The 80s Music Festival, the world’s first and biggest 80s music festival, is back in 2017 at Scone Palace Perth for it’s seventh year with a fantastic line up featuring the biggest acts of the 1980’s.

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday January 27th, 2017 via the official festival website

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This year’s Saturday Night headliners are 80’s pop pioneers THE HUMAN LEAGUE (Don’t You Want Me, Mirror Man) whilst the Sunday Night headline spot is taken by the legendary BILLY OCEAN (Love Really Hurts Without You, Caribbean Queen).

Making their Rewind Scotland debuts are Scotland’s Tom Robinson, The Undertones, The Trevor Horn Band (+special guest), Junior Marvin’s Wailers, Musical Youth and Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel. Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory, Jaki Graham, Joy Division’s Peter Hook, Owen Paul, Sex Pistol Glen Matlock and Claudia Brucken will appear with super-group British Electric Foundation.

Performances from Level 42, Belinda Carlisle, Heather Small, Nik Kershaw, Go West, Chesney Hawkes, T’Pau, The Real Thing, Soul II Soul, Kim Wilde, Nick Heyward, Jason Donovan and Dr & The Medics complete the Scottish line-up.

Rewind Festival is a celebration of music, fun and good times set to a live 80’s soundtrack from the biggest music icons from the decade of day-glo and big hair.

It’s the biggest party of the summer with camping, glamping, posh nosh, theme bars, DJ’s, street entertainment, funfairs, silent disco, big top bars, kidzone, fireworks, trade stands, fancy dress and much more!!

Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 27th January 2017. Full ticket outlet details and prices are available from the official Rewind website:

The Human League

David Bowie wasn’t wrong back in 1979 when he described The Human League as “the sound of the future”.

With contemporary artists citing them as hugely influential, they’re as relevant now as they were back in 1981 when their debut album ‘Dare!’ took the world by storm.

30 years later, with four UK top 10 albums and eight UK top 10 singles to their name including ‘Love Action (I Believe in Love)’, ‘(Feeling) Fascination’ and the iconic ‘Don’t You Want Me’, the band continue to produce new material and wow audiences worldwide.

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Level 42 took the 80’s by storm with their brand of bass driven jazz funk that came from the underground soul scene of wedge haircuts, pegged trousers, sharp shoes and soul patrols.

With Mark King’s infectious baselines as their hallmark, Level 42 broke through into the hearts and minds of all soul-funk lovers with such underground hits as “Turn It On” and “Love Games”, cementing the way for a period of sustained chart success with hits such as “Running In The Family” and the funk-pop classic “Lessons In Love”.

We are delighted to have Level 42 return to Rewind and can promise you an upbeat funk filled performance.

Heather Small

After selling several million records, winning two Brit Awards and the Mercury Music Prize, performing across the globe and recording a track that has become an unofficial national anthem – international anthem even – Heather Small is one of the most successful female recording artists of recent years.

As Part of M People, hits such as “Moving On Up”, “One Night In Heaven” and “Search For The Hero” saw Heather become one of the seminal British voices of the 1990s.

Heather has since had great successes with two solo albums – the title track of her ‘Proud’ album going on to become the soundtrack to a whole host of very special events including London’s successful 2012 Olympic bid.

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click for hi res The Trevor Horn Band

Often referred to as ‘The Man Who Invented The Eighties’, Trevor has been at the forefront of technological innovation in a career that has generated innumerable classic singles and albums.

If the success of a record producer can be judged by the weight of awards on their shelves then Horn ranks as the world’s number one. He has a hat trick of Brit Awards for Best British Producer from 1983, 1985 and 1992. In the 80s he was Rolling Stone’s Producer of the Year 1983. In the 90s, Best Producer at the 1991 Q Awards. In the 00s, Music Week’s 2004 Producer of the Year. And in 2014 The Music Producers Guild honoured Trevor with Outstanding Contribution to UK Music Award.

After forming The Buggles and recording the chart topping hit ‘Video Killed the Radio Star’, also well-remembered as the first ever music video to be shown on MTV in 1981, Horn has produced some of the most iconic records of the eighties, including three of the biggest selling singles of not only that decade, but of UK chart history: Band Aid ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’, Frankie Goes To Hollywood ‘Relax’ / ‘Two Tribes’.

Trevor Horn’s resume can boast an eclectic line-up of Paul McCartney, Cher, Tina Turner, Gary Barlow, Belle and Sebastian, Kylie Minogue, John Legend, Lisa Stansfield, Marc Almond, Jeff Beck, David Jordan, Genesis, Tom Jones and Olly Murs.

Now in his fifth decade as a record producer, Trevor has recently enjoyed Top 20 albums with The Overtones, Spandau Ballet and long-term collaborator Seal.

Nik Kershaw

Nik released his platinum selling debut album “Human Racing” in 1984 which included the hits “Wouldn’t It Be Good” and “I Won’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me”. The equally successful “The Riddle” followed and in 1985 Nik performed at Live Aid.

As well as a career as a performer, Nik is a highly respected producer and song writer, working with such artists as Elton John, Imogen Heap, Gary Barlow, Ronan Keating and of course Chesney Hawkes with the Kershaw penned “The One and Only” – a Rewind performance favourite by Nik.

In 2013 Nik completed a tour of New Zealand as well as a string of acoustic shows in Norway. He also appeared as special guest on Kim Wilde’s Christmas Party Tour. In 2014 Nik toured his unique ‘Me, Myself & I’ show, where he performed a solo acoustic set.

The following Autumn of 2015, together with Go West he embarked on a hugely successful Australian tour followed by a UK tour, playing to 31 houses up and down the country. Last year saw the release of the Eddie The Eagle movie that featured Nik’s song, ‘The Sky’s The Limit’.

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Peter Cox and Richard Drummie first met in 1974. Their debut single ‘We Close Our Eyes’, reached number 5 in the UK charts in the spring of 1985 and hit the top 10 in the US. This ‘overnight’ success was followed by three further UK top 10 hits – ‘Call Me’, ‘Goodbye Girl’ and ‘Don’t Look Down’.

The album ‘Go West’ sold 2 million copies worldwide and remained on the UK chart for 83 weeks, establishing them as one of the finest songwriting partnerships to emerge in the 80’s.

They have enjoyed chart success worldwide too, notably ‘King Of Wishful Thinking’, the opening song in the hugely successful film ‘Pretty Woman’.

Six albums and 20 million sales later, Go West are stronger than ever, continuing to play live all over the world.

Musical Youth

The year was 1982 and with these triumphant words, five school kids from Birmingham named Dennis, Michael, Kelvin, Patrick and Junior launched themselves on an unsuspecting public and into pop and reggae history as ‘Pass the Dutchie’ surged to number 1 in the UK within two weeks of release and went on to sell over 5 million copies around the world.

‘Pass the Dutchie’ even went as far as reaching the Billboard 100 topping out at number 10 in the US chart, becoming reggae music’s first top 10 hit in that country. They toured throughout the world, exchanging numbers with Michael Jackson, and Motown legend Stevie Wonder wrote a song especially for them.

Indeed, Musical Youth became the symbol of achievement, hope and pride for many other youths of all ages, creeds, nationalities and colour around the world as their combined talent and hard work reaped its reward and won them respect, culminating in being nominated for a Grammy award as best newcomers in 1984.

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London-based broadcaster & songwriter, born 1950. His best known songs are ‘2-4-6-8 Motorway’, ‘Glad To Be Gay’ and ‘War Baby’; he has also co-written songs with Peter Gabriel, Elton John, Dan Hartman and Manu Katché.

In his 20s he formed the Tom Robinson Band – becoming an early campaigner for Rock Against Racism and lifelong supporter of Amnesty International and LGBT rights.

As a recording artist he has released 14 albums since 1978 – plus various compilations and live LPs. He also appeared on an earlier album in 1975 as a member of Cafe Society (produced by Ray Davies), and on two others as a member of Faith, Folk & Anarchy (with Steve Knightley and Martyn Joseph) in 2001.

1982 was a landmark year – when Tom relocated to Hamburg, wrote the future hit War Baby and recorded an indie single in German. That Autumn he lived and worked briefly in East Berlin, touring the German Democratic Republic with local band NO55.

Finally, back home at the end of the year, he contracted late-onset bisexuality after meeting his future wife at a Gay Switchboard benefit. A brief period in Tabloid Hell (“Britain’s No.1 Gay In Love With Girl Biker” etc) followed a few years later when the red-tops got hold of the story.

As a broadcaster he began hosting his own radio show on the BBC World Service in 1985. He’s since presented programmes on BBC Radios 1, 2, 3, 4, 4Xtra, 5 Live, 6 Music.

He now lives in South London with his wife and two children.

Chesney Hawkes

After shooting to fame as the title character in the film ‘Buddy’s Song’ in 1990, Chesney Hawkes quickly became one of Britain’s best-loved stars.

The following year, he released the single “The One and Only” (penned by Nik Kershaw) from the film’s soundtrack which went on to become the 20th biggest selling single of the 90s.

Chesney has never been far from the spotlight since, with numerous TV appearances and new material, finding a whole new generation of fans who want to see him perform live.

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click for hi res The Undertones

The Undertones emerged from Derry in 1976, the result of five friends (John O’Neill, Damian O’Neill, Feargal Sharkey, Billy Doherty and Michael Bradley) learning how to play basic rock and roll. Even by the standards of that decade Derry was not the rock and roll capital of anywhere.

Practicing in their bedrooms eventually led to the band recording John O’Neill’s ‘Teenage Kicks’ in 1978 on Terri Hooley’s Good Vibrations label in Belfast. The legendary DJ John Peel received a copy and liked it so much he played it twice in a row on his radio show.

The Undertones signed with Sire Records and ‘Teenage Kicks’ was re-released, resulting in the band’s first appearance on Top Of The Pops. Over the next five years, John O Neill crafted further numerous punkpop gems such as `Here Comes The Summer`, ‘Jimmy Jimmy`, `My Perfect Cousin`, `You’ve Got My Number (Why Don’t You Use It)’ and ‘Wednesday Week’. whilst Damian O’Neill and Michael Bradley contributed ‘My Perfect Cousin. They also recorded four highly acclaimed LPs.

2016 also saw vinyl remasters of first two LPs; ‘The Undertones – The Undertones’ and ‘The Undertones – Hypnotised’ released alongs with a 7” vinyl remix of the 1979 single ‘Get Over You’. Remixed by Kevin Shields (My Bloody Valentine/Primal Scream). Michael Bradley also published his book Teenage Kicks: My Life As An Undertone’.

2017 will see the band continue to play plenty of live shows including a UK and European tour and they will embark on their first ever tour of Australia and New Zealand.

The Real Thing
First formed in the 70’s, The Real Thing’s first hit ‘You to me are everything’ went straight to No.1 – starting the beginning of their international success.After appearing in hit T.V. show ‘Opportunity Knocks’ they went onto release other hits like ‘Can’t Get By Without You’ and ‘Can You Feel The Force’.

The Real Thing is made up of  Chris Amoo, Eddy Amoo & Dave Smith, now together for 44 years.

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T’Pau burst onto the music scene in 1987 with “Heart and Soul”, enjoying success in both the UK and US before releasing the classic “China In Your Hand” which stayed at no. 1 in the UK for five weeks.

With her mass of red hair, soulful voice and commanding stage presence Carol Decker continues to “rock out” T’Pau’s greatest hits, and shall do at Rewind Scotland 2017.



Billy Ocean

Grammy Award winning Billy Ocean has sold over 30 million records since his recording career began in 1972.  His period of greatest success came in the mid-eighties with hits such as “Suddenly”, “Loverboy”, “When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going” and “Caribbean Queen” and in 1985 he took part in the Philadelphia leg of Live Aid.

Billy returned to touring in 2008 and he and his songs remain as popular as ever. A perennial Rewind favourite, he won rave reviews at the first Rewind Festival back in 2009 and since then has performed in 2011, 2013, 2015 and is back by popular demand in 2017 to bring the sunshine out for our crowd with his massive smile and irresistible catalogue of classic pop hits.

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Soul II Soul was created by Jazzie B and friend Daddae – “two souls moving together” and enjoyed chart success with “Keep On Moving” and “Back To Life”.

Soul II Soul has sold over 6.8 million albums worldwide and in 1990 they picked up two Grammy Awards.

Jazzie B has not only produced a string of successful cuts for Soul II Soul, but he’s also produced and re-mixed tracks for the likes of, Public Enemy (So Whatcha Gonna Do) Johnny Gill (Wrap My Body Tight); Fine Young Cannibals (‘I’m Not The Man I Used To Be’); Incognito (Change); and, perhaps most memorably, Family Stand’s international smash hit ‘Ghetto Heaven’.

Kim Wilde

Kim Wilde burst onto the music scene in 1981 with the classic ‘Kids In America’, a worldwide hit. This lead to a stunning career with over 30 million record sales spanning 12 albums and some of the most memorable hits of the 80s including, ‘Chequered Love’, ‘Cambodia’, ‘You Keep Me Hangin’ On’ (number one in the USA), ‘You Came’, ‘Never Trust A Stranger’ and ‘Four Letter Word’.

Voted Best British Female Singer at the BPI Awards in 1983 (Forerunner to the Brits), Kim also supported Michael Jackson on his ‘Bad’ tour in Europe, playing to over 2 million people over 5 months and also supported the legendary David Bowie across Europe on his 1990 Greatest Hits stadium tour.

The 90s saw Kim continue to remain in the spotlight with the albums ‘Love Moves’ and ‘Love Is’ featuring singles including ‘Love Is Holy’ and the Bee Gee’s classic ‘If I Can’t Have You’ from ‘The Singles Collection 1981-1993’.

After a break from music to get married, have children and re-discover a love for gardening, Kim returned to playing live in 2001 with various festivals and tours including Australia in 2003 before signing to EMI in Germany in 2006 and releasing the ‘Never Say Never’ album. After several chart successes with the singles from the album, Kim and her band took to the road, performing over 50 shows in 2007 including two tours and various festivals in 2008.

2009 saw another European tour followed by the ‘Come Out And Play’ album in 2010, which went top 10 in Germany and Switzerland and was followed by a sell-out European tour in 2011.

2011 also saw the release of ‘Snapshots’, Kim’s album of her favourite cover versions. This was also followed by a tour in 2012, which also included Kim’s greatest hits.

In 2013 Kim released the beautiful and critically acclaimed, ‘Wilde Winter Songbook’ album, which featured her favourite Christmas and winter inspired songs, both cover versions and original material. With Radio Two playing ‘Hey Mister Snowman’ at Christmas, Kim played a few select Christmas shows in both the UK and Holland, which she repeated with the release of the special edition of the album the following year.

2015 and 2016 saw Kim continuing with her popular radio show on Magic FM and putting in some amazing performances at festivals across Europe, while also touring Holland twice and doing a tour of Australia in November 2016 with Howard Jones. Kim also appeared on the main stage at the Download festival with ‘Lawnmower Deth’, performing their version of ‘Kids In America’.

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click for hi res Junior Marvin’s Wailers

Born in Jamaica, Junior Marvin moved to London as a child, where his love of both acting and music was nurtured. He appeared in the Beatles’ film “Help”, which was followed by a number of other television appearances. Meanwhile, Junior served his musical apprenticeship in America by playing with the likes of Blues Legend T-Bone Walker and Ike & Tina Turner.

In 1977 Junior was invited to join both Stevie Wonder & Bob Marley & The Wailers. During this time, Junior Marvin work closely with, electrical engineer and inventor, Roger Mayer, who helped Jimi Hendrix develop his unique guitar sound. Junior Marvin’s guitar playing on songs such as; “The Heathen”, “Waiting in Vain”, “Jammin”, “Could You Be Loved”, and “Exodus”, to name a few, memorably enhanced the songs in the way they were looking for, which contributed to the success of them becoming some of their biggest hits. “Exodus” was Junior’s first album with Marley and The Wailers and it was voted, “Best Album of the 20th Century” by Time Magazine.

He is on all Bob Marley and The Wailers Albums/CDs since that time. Since Bob’s passing, in 1981, Junior has put out four CDs with The Wailers, continuing on with the message and music as Bob Marley asked him to do. He was Lead Guitarist and Vocalist of The Wailers and then of The Original Wailers up until 2011. Junior can also be found on CDs with Burning Spear, Alpha Blondy, Bunny Wailer, Israel Vibrations, Culture, The Meditations, Beres Hammond, The Congos, O.A.R. and SOJA.

Belinda Carlisle

If ever anyone has given Madonna a run for her money as the queen of the three-minute pop song, it’s Belinda Carlisle.

Over the last two decades, she’s made the journey from Hollywood-based teen punk with The Go-Go’s to the ultimate global big hair pop icon with a series of sophisticated, but instantly memorable pop-rock singles.

Achieving international success with “Heaven Is A Place On Earth”, the single reached number one on both sides of the Atlantic and established her as a solo artist in her own right after the demise of The Go-Go’s in 1985.

With such massive solo hits as “Circle In The Sand”, “(We Want) The Same Thing”, “I Get Weak”, “Leave A Light On” and “Do You Feel Like I Feel?” to her name, Belinda is still touring the world with her brand of uplifting and inspirational pop.

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Nick Heyward (songwriter, guitarist & vocalist) formed Haircut 100 in 1981 with Les Nemes on bass and Graham Jones on guitar. They were soon joined by Blair Cunningham on drums, Phil Smith on saxophone and Marc Fox on percussion. The band had four UK Top 10 singles and their debut album, Pelican West, reached no. 1 in the UK charts.

Nick’s solo career began in 1983 with his debut album North of a Miracle which reached no. 10 in the UK charts and included three UK Top 14 singles.

In 1993 his single “Kite”, taken from the album, From Monday to Sunday, made no. 3 on the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart. To date he has released 8 albums and 19 singles, six of which reached the Top 40 in the UK.

Jason Donovan

Jason Donovan came into our lives in the late 80s as Scott Robinson on the hit Australian series, ‘Neighbours’.

Throughout 1988/89 he had several hits and his album ‘Ten Good Reasons’ was the best-selling album of 1989.

He has also appeared in musicals including ‘Joseph’, ‘Priscilla’ and ‘The Sound of Music’.

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Dr and the Medics were created in 1982 by the Rev. Dr. Clive Thomas Jackson and now in 2016 they celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the song that they are best known for, their massive 1986 No 1 “Spirit in the Sky,” which sold over 23 Million copies worldwide and was number 1 in 19 countries!!

Throughout their career they have also been recognised as a great live act, never more so than with the current line-up that delivers a unique and sensationally flamboyant show.

2015 saw the band return to the recording studio releasing a couple of singles including the 29th Anniversary dance remixes of Spirit in the Sky which reached No. 1 in several American dance charts. Once again Rewind is delighted to have them back at all three festivals in 2017!

Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel

Steve Harley brings his band, Cockney Rebel, to Rewind 2017 with a promise to play a career-spanning set, all within 30 minutes!

Hits such as Judy Teen, Mr Soft and Here Comes The Sun will feature, alongside the hugely popular Sebastian and the world-wide mega-hit Make Me Smile (Come Up And See Me).

Steve says, “They always ask if I’m tired of singing Make Me Smile, but I never tire of it – it’s such an audience – participation piece that it’s really never the same twice.”

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British Electric Foundation (B.E.F.)

British Electric Foundation were formed in 1980, the brain child of Martyn Ware (The Human League and Heaven 17) the group showcases a variety of different musical artists performing classic songs with an electronic slant.

“Heaven 17 and B.E.F. were unique and completely radical.  Simultaneously, a critique and a postmodern embodiment of early-Eighties corporatism, they were too clever by half for many who didn’t get the joke. B.E.F. and Heaven 17 made it all into a straight-faced spoof of oppressive and unimaginative corporate industry, by creating one based on fun and intelligence’, says John Foxx, another electro pioneer of the Eighties.

Martyn Ware has produced and performed Human league, Heaven 17 and British Electric Foundation over a career spanning over 35 years. He has now assembled a stellar line-up featuring the full Heaven 17 band performing songs made famous by the stars themselves and cover versions in the inimitable BEF electronic pop style – featuring Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory, Jaki Graham, Sex Pistol Glen Matlock, Joy Division’s Peter Hook, Owen Paul and Claudia Brücken.

British Electric Foundation are proud to present a unique and exciting performance at the Rewind Festival featuring legendary artists.

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Jaki Graham is a unique entertainer – her down-to-earth approach to life and compassion for others, combined with a powerful and inspirational voice and visual impact on stage, have made her one of the most appealing and enduring Soul entertainers to emerge from the UK.

First joining a band at the age of 17 and making her debut TV appearance on ‘Crackerjack’, Jaki was destined for big things. When she was finally given the opportunity to take centre stage, there were no holds barred, as her powerful voice, positive energy and radiance were injected in every one of her performances that people couldn’t help but enjoy.

‘Could it Be I’m Falling In Love?’ marked a significant collaboration in Jaki’s career, and timeless 80’s classic followed, including ‘Round and Around’, ‘Set Me Free’ and ‘The better Part Of Me’.

Joy Division’s Peter Hook

Twenty years after their million selling album Spartacus reached No 1 in the UK album charts, Liverpool’s legendary Peter Hooton from The Farm is back as part of the British Electronic Foundation for Rewind 2016.

The group had eight top forty hit singles in the UK including ‘Groovy Train’ and ‘All Together Now’ that were known as the soundtrack for a generation.

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Glen Matlock is one of rock’s most iconic figures- bass player, gentleman, founding member and songwriter for the iconic Sex Pistols.

He is firmly placed in the annals of rock n’ roll history for his part in the bands short, but meteoric rise to fame, the voice of a generation and a band that influenced and changed not just music, but life as we know it.

In the late 70’s Glen’s next band, The Rich Kids, a mini super group featuring Midge Ure (Ultravox/ Visage/ Band Aid) and Rusty Egan put out one of the most influential albums of that time, ‘Ghosts Of Princes In Towers’.

In the 1990s Glen emerged as a solo force to be reckoned with. His album ‘Who’s he Think he is When he’s at Home?’ recorded for Creation Records, home of Oasis, was a full-on guitar album, blistering in its intensity, taking everyone by surprise.

Heaven 17’s Glenn Gregory

Biography (TBC)

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Owen Paul, the Scottish singer, producer and co-writer of the 1986 UK and European smash summer hit ‘My Favourite Waste Of Time’ has done many things in the years since he first came to musical prominence.
He ran a theatre in the West End, toured the UK and Europe with Phil Collins as one of ‘Mike and the Mechanics’ and was their vocal arranger on the album ‘Rewired.’

After a lengthy hiatus from solo live performance, he returned to the stage in 2012 once more under the name Owen Paul. He currently tours with XSM: Ex Simple Mind, his Live 80s show and Owen Paul – Acoustic 80s as well as on his own as a solo artist. In January 2014 Owen released ‘The One’ his first official single in the UK since 1987, and in November last year two brand new versions of his unforgettable 80’s classic My Favourite Waste of Time (Part One and Part Two) were released along with a multitude of dance remixes to celebrate its 30th Anniversary, 1986 – 2016.

Claudia Brücken

Claudia Brücken’s illustrious career began in 1984 as the lead singer, and one quarter of the cult glam-goth electro- group, Propaganda.

Produced by Trevor Horn and Stephen Lipson, their ZTT debut album ‘A Secret Wish’, is generally considered to be one of the decades finest, a definitive electronic music masterpiece of extravagant, surreal songs of intimacy and intrigue.

It was very unusual in the electro-pop weighted early 80s, for there to be a female singer in a techno band, so the combination of Claudia and Susanne Freytag gave a female kick to the boys own world of machine tooled pop.

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Originally launched at Henley-on-Thames in 2009, Rewind has become the biggest 80s festival in the world. Rewind has featured everyone from Boy George, The Human League, The B52’s, OMD, Kool & The Gang, Holly Johnson, Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey, and many more.

Rewind Festival in Henley-on-Thames has proven to be so popular with audiences that it has expanded to Rewind Scotland, Rewind North, as well as South Africa, Dubai and Bangkok.

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