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Chance to see Alison Moyet at City Hall
MUSIC fans are in for a treat as Alison Moyet takes to the stage at Salisbury City Hall on Wednesday.
The British singer/songwriter had hits including Love Letters, Is This Love?, Ordinary Girl and Weak in the Presence of Beauty and is well known for her soulful voice and impressive live performances.
Having left school at 16, Moyet began her musical journey in punk bands and on the Canvey Island pub rock scene.
She became one half of early 1980s dance music outfit Yazoo, with Vince Clarke from Depeche Mode.
The duo released two albums and won a Brit Award for Best New Band, and after they split Moyet went on to have a successful solo career.
Towards the end of 2001 Moyet made her stage debut in the West End hit musical Chicago playing the role of Matron ‘Mama’ Morton to critical acclaim.
She has continued to record studio albums, with Voice gaining great critical acclaim selling more than 250,000 copies.
Moyet will be performing songs from her latest album The Minutes along with much of her back catalogue at the show on Wednesday, April 2 at 7.30pm Tickets, priced from £27 to £47, are selling fast and can be booked at the City Hall box office on 01722 434434 or cityhallsalisbury.co.uk.
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