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Midge Ure (UK)

Midge Ure OBE (born James Ure on October 10, 1953 in Cambuslang, Lanarkshire, Scotland) is a pop and rock and roll musician from Scotland, known for his particular success as a guitarist and singer-songwriter in the 70s and 80s. His stage name, "Midge", is a phonetic reversal of his real name, "Jim". Beginning his career in the pop rock band Slik, he would go on to play for power poppers Rich Kids and temporarily for Thin Lizzy.

Things kicked into high gear when he replaced John Foxx as the singer of the famous electronic music group Ultravox in 1979. Shortly afterwards, the New Wave band had a huge U.K. hit with "Vienna", and it became one of Britain's most popular groups for several years. As well, later that year, Ure also ...

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India Electric Co. (UK)

Sometimes folk, sometimes not. India Electric Company travel through Eastern European themes, gypsy jazz and irish reels to end up with something “just so fresh.” (Tom Robinson, BBC 6 Music).

In 2015 they release their debut album and will accompany and support Midge Ure on the extensive Breathe Again tour. Having found themselves playlisted on BBC 6 Music, performing on stages at Glastonbury Festival, headlining at Le Bus Palladium, Paris they remain etched in Gullivarian lands far from the madding crowd.

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