Nine Below Zero set for Cambridge gig

PUBLISHED: 10:25 12 December 2014 | UPDATED: 10:25 12 December 2014

Nine Below Zero
Picture: Cristina Arrigoni

Nine Below Zero Picture: Cristina Arrigoni

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Nine Below Zero have reformed their classic 'Young Ones' line-up for a special gig in Cambridge, this month.

The group are on tour with the classic line-up of all four original band members; Dennis Greaves (guitar/vocals), Mark Feltham (harmonica), Mickey ‘Stix’ Burkey (drums) and Brian Bethell (bass).

The group will be at the Junction, in Cambridge, on December 18.

Front-man, Dennis Greaves said: “We are only performing songs from the first three albums – Live At The Marquee, Don’t Point Your Finger and Third Degree – all of which have now been re-released by Universal. To be back on tour with all the guys is incredible. The energy, enthusiasm and the magic are back.” Mickey and Dennis co-wrote many of the songs on Don’t Point Your Finger and Third Degree. These two classic albums were re-packaged, re-mastered and released through Universal Music earlier this year.

Don’t Point Your Finger, originally released in 1981, was Nine Below Zero’s second album. Recorded in 12 days at Olympic Sound Studios in Barnes and produced by Glyn Johns.

Tickets, priced £18.50, are available from the box office on 01223 511511.

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