Paul Heaton is a member of the English rock band called The Beautiful South. They were an alternative rock band from the 1980s to the 2000s, and Heaton often sang lead vocals, as well as writing a number of their songs.
Jacqui Abbott is an English singer-songwriter who was born in Bristol and first came to prominence as a member of The Jacquis. She has been performing her own music since 2002 and has two albums under her belt, 2007’s “The Blood Red Rose” and 2010’s “All Over You”.
Paul Heaton, the lead singer of the band Beautiful South, will be at Colston Hall on Saturday 9th December 2018.
Paul Heaton is an English singer-songwriter and musician. He is best known as the lead singer of the band Beautiful South.
The British rock band Beautiful South will be performing at Colston Hall on Saturday 9th December 2018. This is a one-off opportunity to see them before they take their final bow in 2019.
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Explore Colston Hall Bristol
The Bristol Guild Hall was originally a medieval guildhall, latterly a town hall. It was built in 1183 and is now a Grade I listed building. The first floor of the building at one time housed the city’s council chamber, with office space for other municipal staff.
We all know that The Bristol Guild Hall is at the heart of the city, but it has undergone many major changes over its 800-year history. It’s been through various periods as a meeting place for merchants and their agents, as well as housing guilds and their halls.
The South’s Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott took to the stage at Colston Hall Bristol to great acclaim…
No introduction given.
Paul Heaton is a member of the English pop group The Beautiful South. He was born in Warrington, Cheshire.
Heaton studied at Manchester University and worked for a while as a PE Teacher before eventually getting a job in music.
He began his career in the Manchester area, singing folk songs on the pub circuit. He released his first album ‘I’m Throwing My Arms Around Paris’ in 1984 with fellow Manchester singer Barbara Dickson.
After some more time on the pub circuit, he became part of The Beautiful South and had success with them with songs such as ‘Don’t Marry Her’ and ‘7 Years Of Ease’.