Blake return to North East on 2014 tour

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Vocal trio Blake return to the region with their Live In Concert tour for 2014.

The singers’ harmonies and rat pack banter has earned them a fan base around the world and they will be bringing their sound to South Shields on March 30.

As well as classic songs from their three previous chart-topping and award-winning albums, Blake are looking forward to performing songs from their latest album Start Over.

In November Blake announced their partnership with UK charity Walking With The Wounded, starting with the launch of a charity single. The song, To The Sun, has been adopted by Walking With The Wounded as its official anthem.

“To be working with Walking With The Wounded and have our song as their official anthem is a great honour” says Humphrey Berney.

“To be able to help raise awareness and funds through our music and involvement with Walking With The Wounded is very special and rewarding.

Blake’s most recent album Start Over, is a collection of contemporary harmony pop featuring original songs and a few covers, including Paul McCartney’s Beautiful Night and Bob Dylan’s Make You Feel My Love.

Having formed in 2007, recording and performing as a classical group, Start Over is Blake’s first pop album and sees them embracing the new challenge.

l Blake play Customs House, South Shields, on March 30. For tickets, Tel. 454 1234.