Former Bluetones star Mark Morriss at The Horn, St Albans

10:08 13 April 2014

The Bluetones

The Bluetones' singer Mark Morriss will be appearing at The Horn in St Albans

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Ex-Bluetones front man Mark Morriss is appearing at The Horn in St Albans next Saturday, April 19.

The singer-songwriter fronted the four-piece band over a successful 15-year period, scoring 14 top ten singles and three top ten albums, whilst touring the UK, Europe and Japan.

At the back end of 2011 the decision was made to disband The Bluetones, resulting in a farewell tour at which hordes of loyal Bluetones fans turned out to say farewell to the band.

Mark has now turned his attentions to his solo career and tickets for his gig at The Horn are £8 in advance and £10 on the door.

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