The Wonder Stuff & Ian Prowse Are Set To Perform Their Chart-Topping Hit Songs From The Last 30 Years At Hangar 34 Tonight, With Only A Few Tickets Still Left
Since the band'sformation in 1986, The Wonder Stuff really has had an amazing journey so far, selling millions of albums worldwide and continuing to record and tour internationally. The band has remained at the top of their game and continue to play with a passion and attitude that has set them apart from most of their contemporaries.
Joining The Wonder Stuff in the line-up is Chester's Ian Prowse, who is known for being the front man of Amsterdam, and responsible for hits such as 'The Journey' which was released in January 2005. With the song reaching the number 32 spot in the UK Top 40 Charts.
October 1993 saw the release of The Wonder Stuff’s fourth album, ‘Construction For The Modern Idiot’, which hit the number 4 spot in the UK chart. Their hit album features fantastic tracks such as ‘On The Ropes’, ‘Hot love Now’ and ‘Full of Life (Happy Now)’. Now 30 years on, and the record has been re-released in multiple formats and still stands up as one of the most important indie albums of all time, inspiring a myriad of British and US artists.
You can buy tickets to the gig now as these hit-makers are on track to selling out. The gig will take place at Hangar 34 in The Baltic Triangle, with doors opening from 7:30pm.